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Internet Safety


The internet is a great place and one that we could not live without these days.  

Loads of people enjoy accessing the internet, but it is worth remembering to keep safe while in cyberspace.  Please take some time to read through the information on this page.

At the foot of this page you will find a feed to ParentInfo.  ParentInfo offers help and advice for families in a digital world and is a collaboration between ParentZone and

NCA-Ceop.  The feed will include the latest tips, expert advice and resources.

Online Safety At Home

Please see the Social Media Support Pack from ThinkuKnow




Click the link below to see the PowerPoint presented to our parents on Internet Safety

Online Safety Presentation for Parents

The team at ThinkUKnow offer great advice and resources for young people as well.


They have split their website up into categories - advice for 5-7-year-olds, advice for 8-10-year-olds and advice for 11-16-year-olds.  You can find the latest information on the sites you like to visit, mobiles and new technology.  Most importantly, there’s also a place which anyone can use to report if they feel uncomfortable or worried about someone they are chatting to online.  All the information on the ThinkUKnow site is brought to you by the team at the Child Exploitation and Online Protection (CEOP) Centre.


You can also visit their website by clicking the link -


There are also information fact sheets for Parents/Carers:-

Internet Safety - Parents and Carers Check List

ThinkuKnow fact sheet for parents - Grooming

ThinkuKnow fact sheet for parents - Reporting to CEOP

ThinkuKnow fact sheet for parents - Using parental controls

ThinkuKnow fact sheet for parents - Worried your child has shared too much online


Helping our Child Stay Safe Using Social Networking

Please click the links below for further information

O2 NSPCC Net Aware

UK Safer Internet Centre – A parent’s guide to Fortnite

Common Sense Media – Parents’ Ultimate Guide to Fortnite

Common Sense Media – Fortnite Review

National Crime Agency Letter 

Letter to Parents/Guardians raising awareness of recent rise in reporting of

financially motivated sexual extortion (May 2024)

Go Compare have also have a very useful guide for parents/carers on

broadband parental controls and internet safety for children.

Broadband Parental Controls: How To Keep Your Child Safe Online For March 2024 | Go.Compare (

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