Children and young people are growing up in a world where digital technology is everywhere. It is essential that we teach young people the benefits of technology such as smartphones, apps and computers, and also make them aware of how to stay safe online.
If students are concerned about activities online or on phones, they need to tell a trusted adult. We cannot help students if we do not know what is happening. Contact your child's Pastoral Manager if you have any concerns, or you can use the Whisper Button which is an anonymous reporting system on the Home Page of our website.
Online safety guide:
For more information and helpful hints about the most popular apps and services children use online please click here
You can download our Digital Safety Checklist, here. We have also created a Digital Safety manifesto, which outlines our pledges for a safer internet.
National Bullying Helpline - A coalition of organisations and individuals, working together to achieve our vision to: stop bullying and create safer environments in which children and young people can live, grow, play and learn.
Childline - Get information and advice on a whole range of issues affecting children and young people.
Childnet - Top tips, competitions, blogs and advice to help you to use the internet safely, responsibly and positively.
CBBC Stay Safe - Tips and tricks you'll need to stay safe online, beat the cyber-bullies and become a super-surfer.
Digital Literacy & Citizenship - free materials designed to empower students to think critically, behave safely, and participate responsibility in the digital world.
Snapchat Support - Tips and resources to help you stay safe while using Snapchat, including how to report a safety concern.
Think U Know - A guide to online safety and safe surfing for young people.
UK Safer Internet Centre - Games, quizzes, films and advice to help you get the most out of the internet while staying safe online.