Online Safety

As our children are accessing online resources in an unprecedented manner, it’s important that families understand how to negate risks, and help their children use the internet safely. Please browse the following resources to help educate your children, and keep them safe online.

Six Top Tips To Keep Primary Children Safe Online During School Closures

Helpful resources for parents


Online safety home activity packs. Every pack takes around 15 minutes, and packs are available for children aged 4-14.

Home Activity Worksheets

BBC Own It

The BBC online safety resource for children includes videos about lots of e-safety subjects, an Own It app which helps children make better decisions when on a mobile device, and more.

BBC Own It


The Parent and Carer Toolkit helps adults to teach children about staying safe online, including a Family Agreement, helping children to set personal boundaries, and additional sources of support.

Parent and Carer Toolkit

Internet Matters

Internet Matters have created a comprehensive hub to help parents keep their children safe across all the different types of devices they may access from home. The parental controls guide is particularly helpful, as is information about screen time.


Net Aware

Net Aware is an online portal collaboration between O2 and NSPCC providing easy to use parent information about apps, websites and games your child may be interested in.

Net Aware

UK Council for Internet Safety

The UKCIS has developed an in-depth framework that may be helpful for parents to use to assess how well their child in any age group understands how to interact online, what their broader understanding of the online world should be, and how it will develop as they get older.

Education for a Connected World


Parent Info:

On Parent Info, you’ll find a collection of articles, tips, expert advice and resources designed to help parents keep up with what their children are doing online.

Parent Info is a collaboration with Parent Zone, who have been providing information and support to parents for a decade, and CEOP, the Child Exploitation and Online Protection command of the National Crime Agency.