Online Safety

This page contains information relating to child safety and the Internet.

This is our slideshow from an Act of Worship where we learnt about the online safety links on our website.


Online Safety (formerly known as e-Safety) Information

Useful Links

LGfL (London Grid for Learning) ParentSafe Portal – This portal offers parents and carers support and advice on safe settings, parental controls and monitoring, apps and games, talking to children about life online, screen time and key topics from bullying to accessing pornography, extremism and gangs, fake news and more.

A new online game has been launched to help primary schools, clubs and other youth groups teach children about cyber security from an early age.

CyberSprinters is a free interactive game, developed by the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) – a part of GCHQ, aimed at 7 to 11-year-olds.

The online game sees players become a ‘cybersprinter’ who is racing against its own depleting battery power. Users can win battery power by correctly answering questions about cyber security but face losing it if they bump into ‘cybervillains’.

The game comes as part of a pack of educational resources which illustrate what good cyber security practice looks like, from creating strong passwords to being vigilant about receiving messages from unknown senders.

net-aware   A parental guide to the social networks children use provided by the NSPCC.

Internet Matters offers a lot of sound advice and practical information to parents either by issue (cyberbullying, grooming, privacy and so on) type of technology (social medial, mobile, gaming etc.) or by age.  Amongst its supporters are the NSPCC, Childnet, Lucy Faithful, CEOP, OFCOM and many others and is worth exploring!  Please click here for easy access to the site.

For more information regarding Instant Messaging Apps please click here.

Please look at the ‘Useful Links’ section at the bottom of our main menu for links to other online safety sites and links to the parentzone website.

Parents and Children should note that anyone posting defamatory remarks personal to school staff on any networking site will be taken seriously and referred to the appropriate authorities if necessary.