eSafety

THE internet can be a fantastic place for children and young people where they can talk to friends, be creative and have fun. However, just like in the real world sometimes things can go wrong.

If you or your child are worried or upset about something which has happened on the internet there is help out there.

Click on the links below to find out more information

Website for 4-7 years-olds

The National Crime Agency's CEOP team have also launched a new interactive website to help 4-7 year-olds learn all about online safety, which features badges, videos and games. 

 To find out more please click here. 

CEOP: Advice and Support for Parents

The National Crime Agency's CEOP team have also launched a new website to help 4-7 year-olds learn all about online safety.

To find out more please click here. 


NSPCC: Advice and Support for Parents

The NSPCC has lots of advice for parents on how to keep children safe online. 

To find out more click here.

Advice on how to be safe on social media

Internet Matters is a website which works in partnership with BT that provides advice and guidance on how to be safe on social media.

To learn more click here.

OFCOM

Ofcom is the UK's regulator for comminucations and media, which also includes all online activity. Parents can learn more about how it operates, its rules and research. 

To learn more click here.

Vodaphone: Digital Parenting

A very useful Digital Parenting online magazine by Vodaphone.

To learn more click here.

Safeguard ED Service

Designed with Keeping Children Safe in Education (KCSIE), Ofsted and the new RSHE guidance in mind, the SafeguardED service (formerly LGfL DigiSafe) offers extensive safeguarding training by leading experts, quality-assured resources and support for staff, parents and carers, 

To learn more click here.

ESSENTIAL GUIDANCE


Under 5’s checklist