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Online Safety

As your child enters secondary school it is natural that they will start to become more independent and grow into a young adult.  As their independence grows in real life it is expected that this will follow on the internet.  The internet has grown exponentially since its creation. It is a part of everyday life and an important tool to use and embrace. The internet offers great solutions for everyday problems and is widely used for education, entertainment and social networking.  In the classroom it is used to enhance our children’s learning and encourages independence for them to explore and discover new things.

As a teenager it is expected that we explore, experiment and sometimes take risks. The internet has a huge impact on this and your child may use technology to be creative and express themselves. This can be difficult as a parent as many of the things that our children have grown up with may confuse or baffle us and you might feel like you are playing catch up with your children.

We need to make sure that we support our children while using the internet to make sure they are accessing it in a safe, secure and knowledgeable way. So that if anything was to go wrong then they know how to react and resolve the situation.

Please take the time to look through the links below and make sure that your child knows who to contact should an issue arise.

If you have any worries or concerns about the way your child is behaving online, please use the contact form and a member of staff will be in touch with you.

Miss Jay Blundell

Please click here to view our Online Safety and Internet Use Policy


DfE Advice for Parents on cyberbullying

Vodafone Digital Parenting Guides

Vodafone Digital Parenting Issue 1

Vodafone Digital Parenting Issue 2

Vodafone Digital Parenting Issue 3

Vodafone Digital Parenting Issue 4

CEOP Safety Centre – Advice, Help and Report

CEOP ThinkUKnow – Find out what is good and what is not

ParentPort (advice)

Facebook Family safety centre (advice)

Advice for Parents Concerning Toys Connected to the Internet