Online Safety Support
The safety of our students both in school and online is of paramount importance to us. If you have any concerns please do contact us and use the advice and support of the websites listed.
ThinkUKnow is a website with advice and support for parents,carers and children on how to stay safe online.
Child Exploitation and Online Protection (CEOP) is a Police website offering advice and support regarding online safety. The website has the facility for you to report any issues regarding the suspected online sexual exploitation of children.
Public Health England - Information
Online stress and FOMO (Fear of missing out)
ThinkUKnow Activity Packs
Helpful and engaging home activity packs for all to learn about Online Safety.
Years 7 - 9 - First to a Million video
Years 9 - 11
National Online Safety
National Online Safety provide a variety of information and guidance for parents relating to online safety and age-appropriate apps and sites that children can access.
Here are 5 posters relating to TikTok, Online Bullying, Twitter, New Devices and HiPal which you may find useful.
National Online Safety have produced helpful guides to all apps and websites parents and young people may be using. A selection is available below, for more information visit their website - National Online Safety
Remote Education tips for Students
How to Maintain Good Mental Wellbeing During Isolation
10 Top Tips: Remote Learning for Students
12 Social Media Online Safety Tips
Links for Parents/Carers -
Amazon Alexa Safety Guide & Tips
Social Pressures Linked to ‘Appearance’ Online Safety Guide
Social Pressures Linked to ‘Social Media Influencers’ Online Safety Guide
Social Pressures Linked To ‘Friends and Followers’ Online Safety Guide
Social Pressures Linked To ‘Likes’ Online Safety Guide
Additional Links - Students
Bullying and harassment
Diana Award Anti-Bullying Campaign
Online Safety, Support and Gaming Guidance
Internet and Online Safety for All Ages Guide
Common Sense Media
Digital literacy and Citizenship
App advice for young people
YouTube / Facebook / SnapChat / WhatsApp / Instagram
Domestic, Sexual Abuse and Relationship Guidance
NSPCC - Helpline for those in education
0800 136 663, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Child sexual exploitation
Know and see the signs
Act on it
Nice and serious
How we deal with legal highs
Talk to Frank
Wellbeing and Mental Health Guidance
Mental health issues
Young Minds & Head Meds
Time to Change