Online Safety for Parents
You can find a copy of our Online and e-Safety policy here.
Read the latest report from Ofcom regarding Children and Parents: media use and attitudes report 2019 here.
You may also find the following documents from Ofcom useful.
- Revealing Reality - Children's Online Lives
- What does being online mean to you? A worksheet for children and parents.
Each Wednesday we share some simple online safety information or advice, from National Online Safety on our school Facebook page, helping you to keep your children safe online.
Talking about the online world with your child can be difficult, and some topics can be particularly awkward; for you and your child! The #WakeUpWednesday leaflets are simple guides that will help you start a conversation with your child, so you have a better understanding of what they do online and how you can protect them.
It’s important to note that regular conversations with your child about the Internet will help your child to build confidence and trust when talking about online issues.
You can find past #WakeUpWednesday guides in our archive.