Meet our online safety team
If you are concerned or worried about anything that you see or read on the internet then you should always tell someone- your parents or carers, your teachers at school or by clicking on the CEOP icon:
To find out more information about safeguarding children online, with advice and guidance for children, parents, carers and professionals, please click the links below:
Staying safe with Artificial Intelligence (AI)
In April 2023, Snapchat updated it’s app to include a new feature called ‘My AI’ which is just one artificial intelligence (AI) solution available on the internet. These are often designed to do a range of different things but may include biased, incorrect, harmful and mis-leading content/information.
We want to support our parents and carers to keep their children safe and wanted to provide you with some really helpful and useful advice from National Online Safety about Artificial Intelligence (AI) which is available below:
Spot the signs of child exploitation
Please use the link to access a short video on how to spot the signs of child exploitation. As always, please do not hesitate to contact us at school if you are worried about your own child or any other child or young person.
Staying safe online
As part of our commitment to pupils' online safety please read the guidance, above, on grooming from the National Online Safety group and follow the link to their website, below.
Please do not hesitate to contact us at school if you have questions or concerns about keeping children safe online.
Thinkuknow have developed #OnlineSafetyAtHome packs for parents and carers to use at home. These include fun activities, conversation starters and practical tips on topics such as:
- Sharing images
- Watching videos
- Live streaming
- Cyber security