E-safety Information

The internet is an amazing place to learn and discover new things. Children can play, learn, create and connect – opening up a whole world of exciting possibilities. We regularly reinforce e-safety within our computing lessons and assemblies in school,   but with the digital world changing all the time, how can you make sure your child’s staying safe at home? 

Below are some links to useful websites to support you to ensure that your child is safe online and to explain what to do if you have any concerns.

Northumbria Police can also be contacted for advice or to make a report:

Tel: 101 and request Gemma Lathan: 6659

NSPCC – Online Safety Advice

10 most popular apps used by young people

Net Aware

DFE Cyberbullying – Advice for Parents

UK Safer Internet Centre

Think You Know – CEOP

National Online Safety

Internet Matters- Information for Parents

Reporting E-safety Concerns

E-safety Concerns In School

E-Safety Concerns Outside School

SWGfL Report Harmful Content