Online Safety

Online Safety2018-06-26T13:09:58+00:00

With the increased use of the internet in schools and in the home, it is essential that our students are encouraged to use it to help their learning but keep safe from the risks online.  We aim to build in the use of these technologies to ensure students have the necessary skills to access life-long learning and employment.

Mrs Emma Jackson, Assistant Principal, is the child protection lead; you should report any e-safety concerns to her by emailing or calling 01132532952.

Below you will find links useful guides and checklists:

e-Safety and Online Policy
Accessing inappropriate websites
Keeping your Child safe from Child Sexual Exploitation
A checklist for Parents and Carers
Online Grooming
A Parents’ Guide to Cybersecurity
CSE Social Media Library
Parental Advice on Facebook
Parental Guide to Extremism and Radicalisation
Parental Guide to Instagram
Parental Guide to Snapchat
Parental Guide to YouTube
Parental Guide to WhatsApp
Yellow Guidance

Game Console Safety

Nintendo 3DS
Nintendo Switch
Nintendo WiiU
Xbox 360
Xbox One
Xbox Family