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Almost all of our pupils use the Internet at home and we know that, as parents, it can be difficult to allow children the freedom to develop as responsible individuals while protecting them from the perils and pitfalls of the Internet. Increasingly, even at primary school age, younger people are conducting their social life online so parents need to provide guidance to make sure that their children behave safely and responsibly. Please help your children by following these key recommendations:

  • Talk regularly with your children about their use of technology and how they communicate with people online
  • Keep computers and other web-enabled devices in family rooms


Online safety click here for the CEOP's website and also look at http://ceop.police.uk/


The UK Safer Internet Centre offers e-safety tips, advice and resources on how to keep children safe online: 


The NSPCC also have an online safety pack which can be found at: 


The NSPCC and O2 have also worked together to provide an up to date and simple guide for parents to the most popular social networks, apps and games.  


The website link is: https://www.net-aware.org.uk/ 


Young people and adults too can also be at risk online.  Here are some websites that can help to protect anyone online: 


Children are taught about Online Safety throughout their time at the school. However, it is an area that benefits greatly from additional input and reinforcement at home. We strongly recommend that parents subscribe to and read Alan Mackenzie’s regular newsletters for parents: 



We have JOSOs (Junior Online Safety Officers) who work with the Lincolnshire Safeguarding Board and other local schools.  They attend meetings and then complete interim tasks back in school with the focus of keeping children safe online.





Smartie the penguin taught us all about E-safety. Click below to read Smartie's story.

We have had the NSPCC and Police Officers visit school to teach our children how to keep themselves safe.