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E Safety

The Internet has become an everyday part of our lives. We use it daily as a tool to improve teaching and learning, to access information from around the world, talk to friends and help with our work. It is an immense environment offering a wealth of resources that benefit us all. However, it is essential that we all learn how to behave responsibly online both at home and at school.

We teach children how to use the internet safely including what to do if they are scared by something they see or read.

The websites below may help you as parents


This is a  portal with information that will help you learn, talk about and deal with everything that matters when it comes to the safety of your children online.

The website provides information on a range of issues – social networking, cyberbullying and more – as well as expert advice for what to do if your family is affected by any of them.
You’ll also find handy tips about starting – and continuing – the conversation with your children about their experiences online, which is widely considered among the most effective ways to help keep them safe.

Commonsense Media

More information for parents about e-safety can be found by clicking on the commonsense media website link below. This website also contains information about film and game age ratings.

Commonsense media info for parents

The 'thinkuknow' website contains  e-safety activities for 5 to 7 year old children.


Thinkuknow activities for 5-7 year olds

NSPCC Support materials

Two other useful sources of esafety materials are

  • the family resources section of the esafety matters website
  • The BBC 

The links are provided below.

File icon: pdf E-Safety Policy2017-2018 [pdf 364KB] Click to download