E-safety for Parents

E-Safety is all about keeping your children safe when going on the Internet. The NSPCC has recently launched their new 'Share Aware' campaign - a campaign for parents of children aged 8-12 to help reassure you and give you everything you need to keep your child safe.

Parents tell us that they sometimes feel confused by the internet and what they should be letting their children do online. This campaign provides straightforward, no-nonsense advice about how to protect your children online. The internet is a great place for children to be. Being 'Share Aware' makes it safer.

Our E-safety policy is available to read and download on the 'Information for Inspectors' page, under policies.

Click on the links below to access helpful resources and tools:

Link: Share Aware: parent's guide

Link: Talking tips

Link: A guide to social networks

CEOP Report Button

If you feel that your child is being groomed or has become a victim of dangerous online communications then please click the CEOP picture to the right and you will be able to report the incident(s).

If you need help with this then please speak to a member of staff. 


Don't forget to check out our e-cadet page to see what our e-cadets have been doing in school to promote e-safety