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Online Safety

Parents and Carers have a huge responsibility to make sure technology in the home and any mobile technology that their children use is safe and protects them from any possible dangers or exposure to unsafe images or unsafe adults.


This also includes making sure that children are not playing computer games that are unsuitable for their age.


On this page you will find lots of information as to how you can do this. Please attend any parent information meetings at school about online safety. We will always help you at school with advice or by putting controls/filters on your devices.


Most importantly have rules about technology at home, talk to your children and find out what they are interested in online and try not to punish them if they make a digital mistake. Make sure they know to come to you first with any difficulty.

- Remember, the app is for children aged 13+

- If your child's account is public, ANYONE can watch their videos and strangers can follow them

- Comments can be hurtful and upsetting

- Some content is not appropriate for children 

- Some songs have explicit lyrics

- For more information about Tik Tok click here

If you can spare one minute to answer some very short questions we would be very grateful. Please click here.  

You should have recently received the latest issue of Vodafone's Digital Parenting magazine.  If you didn't receive a copy please let us know.  Alternatively you can read an online version of the magazine or download it as a PDF file here.


Help and advice have produced an incredible resource called 'Know It All For Parents'.  This interactive presentation is available in English, Arabic, Mandarin, Polish, Gujarati, Punjabi, Bengali, Urdu, Welsh and British Sign Language.  

Are your children playing Fortnite?  Did you know that it has a PEGI rating of 12?  Check out this guide for more information

Have a look at Google's 'Internet Legends' to find out how you and your family can be safe and epic online!

The UK's four main Internet Service Providers have joined together to create a shared information site for parents. Click on the image below to find out about some of the ways you can help keep your children safe online. You can click here to go directly for a detailed step-by-step guide to making your home Internet safe.
Internet Service Providers offer parental controls which protect children from inappropriate online content and control when they can access the Internet. Click on your service provider's logo below to find out how to set up these parental controls.


The NSPCC is a great website for advice on talking to your child about staying safe. We recommend that you have this conversation early and often.
Also by the NSPCC, the Net Aware website is a guide to the social networks that children may come across. It can be so daunting keeping up to date with the websites and apps that children talk about. This website gives a description of some of the most popular sites. It outlines the potential risks and offers some safety advice. Very useful.
And finally... this is the parents' information site from the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre.

Questions or concerns

If you are concerned about something you have seen here, something that you feel hasn't been covered or anything to do with Online Safety, feel free to fill in the boxes below and I will try to respond as quickly as possible. Alternatively, come and speak to me and I will be happy to help. Thanks. Mr Remnant