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ICT & e-Safety

Please note both e-safety and online safety terminolgy is used on the site by way of transitioning to the new term used of online safety.
Look in the Parents section for a copy of Digital Parenting.  The July 2013 issue has features on setting up e-safety features on a range of online devices. Find out how to set up YouTube safety features on page 15. Please note, young people need to be 16 before they are allowed to view YouTube videos without adult supervision.
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Information on Safer Internet Day 2016

CEOP Online Protection Centre

Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre. It is part of UK policing and works with a variety of national and international agencies to investigate wrongdoing

E Safety Golden Rule

Remember our Golden Rule: If something makes us feel uncomfortable we turn off the screen or close the lid and tell an adult.



The government has produced some useful guidance on Cyberbullying for parents and teachers. Please click on the link below for more information.


The ‘UK Safer Internet Centre’ has developed a guide to assist parents in working out the best way for their children to access the internet on the range of devices available today, f ind out more here

Vodafone have lots of guidance for parents on the use of mobile technology

BT Internet Matters

With pupils moving on to secondary school in September you may be considering buying a mobile phone for your child. The UK Safer Internet Centre has a Parents’ Guide to Technology which provides FAQs about smartphones, instructions for setting up parental controls and a handy shopper’s checklist of important questions to ask when buying a mobile phone for your child.

The BBC Webwise service also has lots of useful information about setting parental controls on a range of devices and further links to staying safe on line. Click on the ‘Safety and Privacy’ link for more information about on-line safety and security.

Parents and children can find out more about staying safe online by clicking here


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