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E-safety information

We will continue to teach regular, up-to-date and age-appropriate esafety lessons with all classes in school, reminding pupils of how to stay safe online and what to do if they see or hear anything that upsets them.  We also employ the services of Tim Pinto from the esafety office, who provides regular updates for pupils, parents and staff.


We would also like to remind you of the resources available through our school subscription to National Online Safety.


If you have not done so already, it is worth setting up a free parent account.  To create your account, please follow and complete your details. When you’re set up, you’ll be able to set ‘Parent/Carer’ as your user type.  

The UK Safer Internet Centre works with the social networking sites to disseminate their safety and reporting tools.


Please find below links of networking sites where you can find useful information:

Facebook    Read Facebook’s rules

                    Report to Facebook

                    Facebook Safety Centre



Instagram     Read Instagram’s rules

                     Report to Instagram

                     Instagram Safety Centre




Snapchat      Read Snapchat rules

                     Report to Snapchat

                     Read Snapchat’s safety tips for parents




Tumblr           Read Tumblr’s rules

                      Report to Tumblr

                      If you email Tumblr take a screen shot as

                      evidence and attach it to your email



Twitter            Read Twitter’s rules

                       Report to Twitter




Vine                Read Vine’s rules

                       Contacting Vine and reporting





YouTube          Read YouTube’s rules

                        Report to YouTube

                        YouTube Safety Centre



Please click here to view our KS1 Acceptable Use Policy 

Please click here to view our KS2 Acceptable Use Policy

Please click here to view Advice for parents on cyber bullying

Please click here to view NSPCC Share Aware


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