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Online Safety

Please click on the logos below to find useful information for supporting your child at home. 

The Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre is part of the police force and provides news and articles surrounding internet safety. 


Thinkuknow provides guidance on internet safety and safe surfing for young people and their parents/carers. 

There are a number of useful Family Activity Sheets available for download below. This link also provides a number of videos to support parents delivering online safety at home -

The NSPCC and O2 website also provide valuable information regarding social media and apps your child may be using. Please visit this website

Parent Info is a newsfeed service offering free support and advice from leading experts on digital family life. 

Useful videos to help parents with online safety for children

Three tips for parents to start online safety

Seven tips for parents to keep children safe when using social media

How to set parental controls

How to keep children safe when gaming

We promote online safety throughout our curriculum in school and hold parent sessions to support online safety at home. 

To ensure we are keeping pupils safe when using their Chromebooks, we use, a cloud-based online monitoring and safeguarding software. Senso effectively detects harmful and inappropriate behaviour on the Chromebooks, both in school and at home. If the software detects inappropriate internet searches or the unacceptable use of language, an email is sent to the Designated Safeguarding Lead and the Senior Leadership Team. The email notification will show the flagged word(s) and who the user is. This will then be investigated and, if appropriate, we will speak to the user involved and contact parents to inform them of the breach if required.