Online Safety

We would always recommend that children speak to an adult they trust like a parent, carer, teacher or friend but if at any time you or they would also like some advice about keeping children safe online, you can download the booklets below or click on the images to visit websites which contain useful advice and guidance.

 Houseparty guidance.pdfDownload
 Parent guide to the online world.pdfDownload
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Fun, interactive games and cartoons for children and information for parents.









An easy to use parents guide to social networks, apps and games.




Advice for parents and carers to help keep children safe from bullying and cyberbullying.





Advice about different types of bullying, including cyberbullying (and how to bounce back).








Advice and activities for children and parents to help children to keep safe online. 




Real Love Rocks is a Barnardo's resource we use with Year 6 pupils to raise awareness around Child Sexual Exploitation and what a healthy and safe relationship is.  There is advice and information for children and parents.




Has something happened online which makes you feel worried or unsafe?  Click on the CEOP logo for more advice or to make a report to one of their advisers.






The Police Digital Security Centre has a range of guides about different types of social media and how to keep your child safe when using them, including leaflets about potentially dangerous apps for children and why they are dangerous

Leaflet 1

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