Internet Safety


The internet is part of everyday life for most of us whether at school, work or home. It can be a confusing, difficult and dangerous place to navigate. Below are our E-safety Rules

e-safety rules 3

The list of websites below gives you some useful information on Internet Safety.

Young people must ALWAYS tell an adult if they see something on the internet that concerns them, or if they are approached by someone they do not know by email or on a social networking site.


Think you know

ThinkUKnow – 11-13 Year Olds

ThinkUKnow 14+ Year Olds


Child Net – Internet Safety & advice

Child Net


Set your privacy and security settings on popular apps

Security and Privacy settings


CEOP – Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre

Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre


BBC Newsround – Internet advice

BBC Newsround


Click below for this interactive digital resource with of health related information, videos and links to online and other support services

Safer Internet Day 2023

Below is a link to some useful advice from the 2020 Safer Internet Day.

Safer Internet Day is Tuesday, 7th February 2023, when, once again, stakeholders joined forces across the globe to work “Together for a better internet”.

Use these free resources to talk to your child about online safety this Safer Internet Day. This pack includes activities, conversation starters and information to help parents and carers talk to their children about how to navigate the issue of online identity in a digital age in a safe, responsible and respectful way.

Parents and Carers – Understanding Safer Internet Day 2020

Parents and Carers – Get involved

Parents and Carers – Pack overview

Parents and Carers – Conversation starters

Parents and Carers – Quick activities

Parents and Carers – Fun things to do

Parents and Carers – Family internet safety plan

Parents and Carers – Resource sheet