Online Safety

On this page you will soon find all you need to know about how to keep yourselves and your family safe whilst using technology and the internet. 

There will be advice, links and videos for children, young people, adults and families.

     

You can anonymously and confidentially report:
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Supporting Online Safety with SEND children

Safer internet day is on 9th February 2021

Below are some useful presentations to talk to your family about. Right now the internet is awash with mistruths, lies and opinions that can be easily believed by those vulnerable to it. It’s worth educating yourself and you family before anything bad happens. Here is a fact sheet to help your journey Fake news parent factsheet


Primary aged children:

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10 tips to help your child stay safe online

Secondary and young adult content:                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               

Trust-Me Contact

Trust-Me Propaganda

Trust-Me-Content 

Social media and video platforms advice and information:

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Useful websites:

  1. Online safety | NSPCC
  2. UK Safer Internet Centre  
  3. Thinkuknow 
  4. What is Online Safety? 
  5. Staying safe online | Childline