In school we aim to raise awareness linked to e-safety so that students:
We recognise that parents and carers may also welcome additional information on e-safety so that they are aware of how to keep themselves and their children safe on line; you may find the links below useful.
Parent Info is a website for parents covering all of the issues amplified by the internet. It is a free service which helps schools engage parents with expert safety advice, endorsed by the National Crime Agency’s CEOP command. This website provides expert information across a range of online harms.
Parent Zone offers a range of resources for families, to help them meet the challenges of the digital age, including parent guides on the latest digital trends and platforms.
Whether you’re puzzled by parental controls or would like to know more about gaming, this section can help. We all know that it can sometimes be challenging to keep up to speed with what children and young people are doing online. Luckily on this site you’ll find a whole host of useful ways to keep your child safe.
The Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre — CEOP for short — is a UK police agency with a difference. It has the teeth of any other police force and works to track offenders wherever they may be. But CEOP also delivers free education programmes into schools to help children of all ages stay safe online and is active in sharing best practice techniques with the wider child protection community through a number of training initiatives. Work with us to bring offenders to account or to empower children and visit us at ceop.police.uk.
A not-for-profit organisation set up to empower parents and carers to keep children safe in the digital world. Their support for parents includes a range of downloadable guides covering subjects such as transition to secondary school, vlogging & livestreaming, online gaming and cyberbullying.
Wizz App Safety
Wizz is a social media app which people can make friends on. Here is so safety information for anyone who is using the app.
End-to-end encryption (E2EE) is being introduced by some social media and messaging platforms to enhance privacy for their users – but if this is done without putting the necessary child safety measures in place, it could pose a risk. At the moment, these social media and messaging companies scan their platforms to find and report child sexual abuse material (such as images, videos, and grooming conversations) to law enforcement, so that abusers are arrested, and children are protected.