Responsible parenting and social media
If you set your child up with a Facebook/ social media account - for which they are not old enough to have - please be advised that you are responsible for any issues that come about from this.
It is not a school issue or school's responsibility.
Please support us by not allowing your child to access age-restricted social media apps or websites.
Thank you.

Did you know that approximately 59% of children have already used a social network site by the time they are 10 years old? Please be vigilant on what your children are looking at whilst online.


For all information and advice on Internet Safety please visit the links below:


BBC Bitesize Internet Safety Day

NSPCC - Online Gaming and Keeping Children Safe Poster - Webinar - 07.02.2024 see poster for details

Child Exploitation and Online Protection (CEOP) Police - Safety Centre

Think You Know

Think You Know - Parents

ChildNet - Help, advice and resources for parents and carers (added January 2022)

Online Safety for KS1

Screen Time - Parent Fact Sheet

Staying Safe Online - Top Tips for Children and Parents

Instagram - What is it?

What to do if your child sees something upsetting online (Safer Internet Centre)

Overview of Sexting Guidance   Added 13.9.22

E Safety Policy

Online Safety Policy

Stay Safe Partnership


Omegle Gone (added 21.11.23)

There were some massive sighs of relief last week when, finally, Omegle was shut down for good. This one site, which allowed any person of any age to be randomly paired with another person for 1-1 video chat, was responsible for countless CSE incidents. According to an article in Wired Magazine the site shutdown was part of a court settlement after a victim filed a lawsuit in 2021 after being exploited when she was 11 years old.