e-Safety at home

The Internet is an increasing part of todays culture, especially for children, for whom schoolwork, online gaming, and social networking are among the most popular activities. As a parent, there is plenty you can do to ensure your children's experience is both safe and fun.

Here are some useful sites for advice and guidance:

Advice for parents on safe internet use and social media: Using parent control settings at home: Reporting online abuse and cyberbullying:

 Internet Matters

Parental Controls

Safety Centre

 Keeping Children Safe

Smartphones and other devices

 Think U Know

Antivirus with parental control

 Keeping Your Child Safe Online 

Here is some useful information for parents, carers and families for online safety about keeping your child safe online:

Online e-Safety Guides

These can be used to learn more about e-safety for apps that your child may be using.


Family e-Safety:

Templates and guides

Workshops for Parents

Missed a workshop or want to refresh your memory? Click on the image to find out more.


Fortnite Parents Guide 


Family Agreement Advice




Family Agreement Template



Roblox Parents Guide


Social Networking Parent Guide


Messenger kids

Messenger kids


Video chatting: A guide for parents




Social Media Support Pack

Latest updates:

Discord is a group-chatting platform originally built for gamers, but which has since become a general use platform for children to exchange messages.

The safest way to use Discord is to only accept friend requests and participate in private servers with people you already know. 

Anyone under the age of 13 should not use Discord.


For the latest information on digital parenting go to: https://parentzone.org.uk/

Queries for Parents

If you have any questions regarding our school please contact Dee Dillon, our Attendance and Family Welfare Officer.