Parents & Carers

Keeping Young People Safe (CEOP)

How safe are your children online? Are you aware of the dangers your children may face when they are online? How much can you do to protect them?

It is clear that children are engaging with technology and particularly gaming and social media technologies at very young ages and we need to ensure that as educators and parents we understand how to ensure they are utilising these technologies safely and responsibly.

Please find below a list of websites that parents/ carers will find useful.


CEOP The NCA's CEOP Command (formerly the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre)

Childnet Parental Controls

Facebook Family Safety Centre

Thinkuknow for Parents and Carers

Microsoft Family Safety


Free software to download

K9 Web Protection
Free internet filtering software which allows you to control which websites your daughter accesses on her laptop or tablet. Only compatible with Windows and Apple devices.
Windows Live Family Safety
As the name suggest this program is only compatible with Windows devices. This program requires each user to have an account set up on your windows laptop/PC, it can then be used for website blocking.
This program allows you monitor your child’s internet activity, from Skype chats to keystrokes this software will give you very detailed information of your daughters online activity. The major drawback being that this software does not do internet filtering.



Click here to read the Byron Report on E-Safety >>

Click here to read the Parent E-Safety Fact sheet >>

Click here to read about staying safe whilst using some of the most popular internet sites >>

E-safety Policies

Click here to read our Acceptable Use of Mobile Phones Policy - Sept 15 >>

Click here to read our Safe Use of Technology Policy - Nov 2015 >>

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