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Why do Schools use the internet?


The Internet is a marvellous tool and a wonderful resource. The challenge for parents, carers and teachers is to make sure our children are aware and understand how to be safe when using the internet and related technologies.


Although we decrease this risk we cannot prevent it entirely.


What can I do to help?


Are you fully in control of what your child is viewing online and who they are talking to?


As you would protect your child in the real world, you will want to make sure that they are safe whatever they are doing. Like learning to cross the road, online safety skills are skills for life. If your child understands the risks and can make sensible and informed choices online, they can get the most from the internet and stay safe whilst doing so – particularly from those people who might seek them out to harm them.


Research by Ofcom shows that 78% of 5-7 year olds are now using the internet, so learning about online safety is as integral as learning to cross the road.



Where can I find out more information on e-Safety?


Check out the web pages below for further information on e-safety and protecting your children online.

Think U Know

Think U Know Website for Parents Including ‘Purely for Parents’ Webcast


Know it All

Know It All for Parents from Childnet International


Police CEOP (Child Exploitation and Online Protection)

Seen something on the internet that you are concerned about? Report Abuse to the Police CEOP unit.



Parenting in the Digital Age website



Useful e-safety sites for Children:


Think U Know 5-7

Hector's World - watch Hector and his friends learning how to use their computers safely


Think U Know 8-10

Think U Know Cyber Cafe

Learn about the internet and being smart online


BBC Stay Safe

Tips and tricks to stay safe online, beat the cyber-bullies and become a super-surfer.

Be aware of e-Safety and Online Abuse!


If you suspect it, report it!



CEOP -  Child Exploitation and Online Protection


Click on the button above to move directly to the reporting abuse section of the CEOP webpage.