E-Safety

Staying safe online is essential in the modern world where new technologies, social networking and instant media are available to many young people.

The issue of E-safety is addressed through assemblies, posters, outside speakers and focus events such as national Safer Internet Day. Furthermore, during KS3, all students study eSafety during their Computing lessons such as the Social Network Scheme of Learning done in Year 7. We also advise students, parents, and carers to read more about E-Safety and government advice at www.thinkuknow.co.uk (this site is tailored for all ages from 5 upwards) and/or from the NSPCC’s Net Aware site. 

For more information you can download our E-Safety Policy on our Statutory Information page.

Useful Link and Contacts

Staying Safe Online

Stay up to date and keep your child safe in today's digital world using the NSPCC Net-Aware sitehttp://www.net-aware.org.uk

You can also have a look at this booklet from Hull Safeguarding Children Board

Parents Guide to Social Media

NSPCC Net-Aware has created a guide for parents whose children use social media. It includes practical tips about how to use safety and privacy features on apps and networks, as well as conversation ideas to help your family begin talking about online safety.

Download the guide 

You can also use the following link to access the NSPCC Share-Aware site. 

Parents Guides to Gaming Devices

Please find below useful parents guides on how to use parental features and privacy settings on these gaming devices:

Call the free O2 and NSPCC online safety helpline

If you have any questions about your child's online safety or concerns about a social network, expert advisors are here to help.

Call 0808 800 5002 on Monday-Friday 9am-7pm, weekends 10am-6pm and bank holidays 10am-4pm. 

Link to Webpage 

Brush up on your Minecraft

Childen love playing Minecraft. It encourages creativity and helps to build team skills. However, it's not without its risks.

Immerse yourself in their world with our infographic and guide, developed by the O2 and NSPCC team.

Play Safe on Minecraft 

ChildLine YouTube videos

ChildLine has launched a series of self-help videos, that are great to share with older children. New videos uploaded every Wednesday tackle a whole range of issues, from trolling and online bullying to setting realistic goals. 

Childline on Youtube 

Safe Internet

You can also find some useful information on this site: http://www.saferinternet.org.uk/

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