Online Safety


Welcome to the Online Safety page where you will find

  • Report abuse to CEOP

  • Digital Parenting Magazine

  • Useful Links

  • Parent Guides from National Online Safety

Child Exploitation and Online Protection

Are you worried about online sexual abuse or the way someone has been communicating with you online?

Click on the button to make a report to CEOP

Digital Parenting

The latest edition of the Digital Parenting magazine, brought to you by Vodafone. Including 6 tips for better digital-life balance (see pages 4 & 5)

  1. Sensible screen time

  2. Bold boundaries

  3. Don't pull the plug

  4. Keep talking

  5. Engage in their world

  6. Bedtime bans


New Devices

Some general reminders about staying safe online.


Social Media TIPS

12 Social Media tips for staying safe online

Amigo parent guide.pdf


An app for connecting with random people across the world rated 18+ so definitely not appropriate for children.

TikTok parent guide.pdf


One of the world's biggest social networks and used by children despite the 12+ rating due to inappropriate content including images, music and language

Roblox guide.pdf


A Safety guide for parents for this popular online game. Dangers include contact with strangers.

Minecraft guide.pdf


Another popular app and game amongst children so do check out the safety recommendations.

Fifa23 guide.pdf


Hugely popular so do ensure your child is safe online when using it. Dangers include contact with starngers and scamming.

Instagram guide.pdf


Popular with adults and children alike, so do ensure if you have allowed your child to have an account the settings are set to private.