If you have any concerns or would like some support or advice regarding online safety, please contact:
Mrs. Leanne Oates or Mrs. Lisa Sturgeon (Online Safety Leads).
For links to share with your child, please visit our child friendly online safety page here.
Alternatively, scroll down for information and links for parents and carers.
Parent guides for social media sites such as TikTok,
carers about their children's well being and resilience.
Think u know has been keeping young people safe by
providing information about abuse and exploitation.
reviews and ratings for movies, games, apps, TV shows, books, music and websites.
There are also the Parents Concerns and Parent Blog to help families navigate the
issues of raising children in the digital age.
CEOP is dedicated to keeping children safe from sexual abuse and sexual grooming online.
They are there to help and advise you. If you feel your child in in immediate danger,
please call 999.
You can report to CEOP if you are concerned that your child is being sexually abused or sexually
groomed on line. This might be from someone that they know or someone they have only ever
met online. If you are worried about your child, CEOP are there to help you.
Please report any out of date links to Clare Clark.