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Please take a look at the helpful Parents' guides on this page.  They cover sites such as You Tube; games like Roblox and Fortnite and apps such as What's App and Snapchat.



National Online Safety 


The Internet is an exciting tool to use!  At school, we talk a lot about E-safety.  It is important that you remember all the different ways of keeping yourself safe online.



  • Don't give out personal information such as your full name, email address, phone number, photos or school name.
  • If something online makes you uncomfortable, tell a responsible adult.
  • If you or someone you know is being bullied online, tell a responsible adult.
  • Don't open e-mails, files, or Web pages that you get from people you don't really know or trust.
  • Don't share passwords with others.
  • Follow rules and guidelines you are given for using the Internet.


Take a look at the link below:



This website is full of useful information!  The page above gives a link to their Digital Parenting section - with a helpful age related checklist.  There are also numerous links to Vodafone's Digital Parenting magazines which you can download and read. 

Also worth a look is this section:


This shows how to set controls on a number of popular web pages/games consoles and other devices.


Please take some time to look through this website as there is a huge amount of helpful information on there.

The SMART rules

Useful Websites: 


NSPCC have a section on their website to support parents, carers and children with online safety advice. They are here for children – to protect them and help them recover from abuse. For more information, please click here



ParentZone is the go-to place for advice and support on digital tech issues and uses in the home. For more information, please click here.



A great website for parents who want hints, tips and tricks on how to manage devices and restrictions within the home. For more information, please click here


Tips for staying safe online:

  • Make sure you keep new online friends strictly online. If someone you don't know asks to be your online friend you must ensure an adult knows about it.
  • Know how to use the CEOP (Child Exploitation and Online Protection Command) Button and how to report it to the CEOP Centre if you are concerned about someone’s online behaviour towards you. For more information on CEOP and how to make a report, please click here.


Helpful links to look at with your family:

Age 5-7

Age 8-10

Age 11-13