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Online Safety Advice

Under 'Children' and then 'Internet Safety' you will find information and activities for your child to learn about keeping themselves safe online.

Here, you will find some information for you to support them:

Unsure about Social Media?


Visit Social media guides - UK Safer Internet Centre for the most up to date information about popular social media sites. These online guides provide information about age ratings, privacy settings, safety tools and general advice. 


Alternatively, if you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact the school.

YouTube - Advice for Parents


National Online Safety has created a guide all about YouTube as part of their #WakeUpWednesday campaign.


YouTube is popular amongst pupils of all ages so please take a look at the guide and familiarise yourself with current issues and trends. Look out for the hints and tips which will allow your child to get the most out of the platform safely.

National Online Safety - YouTube Guide

TikTok Advice for Parents

The minimum age for children to use TikTok is 13 years old and so parents should not allow children in our school to use the app. However, below is some information about how you can put safety measures in place for any older children.