Category E-Safety


Advice about smartphones, gaming devices, tablets and other internet-connected devices.

The UK Safer Internet Centre get a lot of questions from parents about particular devices that children are using or asking for. They have created a guide to answer these questions and introduce some of the most popular devices, highlighting the safety tools available and empowering parents with the knowledge parents need to support their …


Keeping our under 7s safe online

It is more than likely that our under 7s are spending a significant amount of their life online. The latest Ofcom statistics show that: 52% of 3-4 year olds go online for nearly 9 hours a week and 82% of 5-7s go online for around 9 ½ hours week. So how are they spending this time online?  They …


Google Internet Safety Assembly

We had a very important visitor who joined our assembly about internet safety. Theresa Villiers, MP, joined us in support of this Google campaign for education. The children were invited to Be Internet Legends and learnt how to be sharp, alert, secure, kind and brave. To access the Be Internet Legends game. Click here.


A fun tool to help your child solve online safety dilemmas – Key Stage 2

A fun tool to help your child solve online safety dilemmas – Key Stage 2 The National Crime Agency’s CEOP command has created an interactive game that can help you start conversations with your child about making safer choices online.  Band Runner is an interactive game from UK child protection agency NCA-CEOP’s Thinkuknow education programme. …


Ditto – Digital Parenting Magazine March 2019

Please click here to read the latest edition of the Digital Parenting Magazine.


Digital Parenting Magazine

Digital Parenting is a free online safety guide, created by The Vodafone Foundation and ParentZone. It is packed with important safety information and expert advice on issues such as healthy screen time and sleep, with content relating from Key Stage 1 to Key Stage 4. What’s inside Digital Parenting: Managing children’s sleep and setting digital boundaries How children …


WhatsApp Advice for Parents


YouTube Safety Advice


How secure is your Password?

  Did you know that “123456” and “password” are the most commonly used passwords this year according to a survey by Splashdata. Those combinations sit in the number one and two spots respectively.  Click here for advice on creating a secure password.


All I want for Christmas is…online

All I want for Christmas is… online  by Mark Bentley (London Grid for Learning Safeguarding Lead) Christmas is coming, the geese are getting ipads, please put a bitcoin in the live-streamed chat… It isn’t long until schools can pack up for a couple of weeks (although it will feel like you’ve never left when you return …

Page 1 of 3