Internet Safety Day 2022

Internet Safety day 2022

Tips on keeping children safe online by NSPCC


  • Talk to your child - Talk to them about what they're doing online and how to stay safe. Let them know they can come to you, or another adult they trust, if they feel worried or upset by anything they've seen online.



  • Explore apps and sites together - Explore what your child likes to do online together. This can help you to understand why they're using certain. Explore the features that are available, which would include privacy settings, location settings, and how to block and report.


  • Agree what's appropriate together - Agree your own rules as a family when using apps, sites or games. You can use our family agreement template to help get you started.



  • Check your settings - Check the technology your family uses and use privacy and location settings to keep your child safe. You can call your mobile and broadband provider to find out how to do this or visit our parental controls page to find out more.


If you have any concerns or questions regarding e-safety, please speak to Mrs Robertson Designated Safeguarding Lead (DSL/DDSL) or Mrs Newton Online Safety lead