National Online Safety
In order to support parents with online safety and to safeguard our children, we send out guides from the National Online Safety every month on different areas of online safety, such as gaming and social media.
These guides are extremely informative and are updated regularly and can be found at:
The NSPCC also has some very useful information for parents and carers about how to protect your child when they are online.
This information can be found at:
A wealth of information about how to enjoy tech safely as a family. This site is regularly updated with articles and advice from experts and contains resources and support to help you make the right digital choices.
Parental Control Guidance for Devices
Click the links below to find guidance on parental controls:
To have an account on a social social media platform like TikTok, Instagram, Whatapp, children should be 13 years or older.
Guidance on Gaming
Please see the links below for information and advice on cyberbullying.
National Online Safety Day - February 2023
Below is a picture of the Safer Internet Day leaflet for parents and carers. A PDF of it is available to download underneath, which contains hyperlinks to the further support. The arrows show where the hyperlinks are on the downloadable leaflet.