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Internet safety resources

Links to resources to help keep your child safe online.

Click on the website name or picture to take you to the different websites and resources.  

Any blue writing is also a link.


UK Safer Internet Centre 


Contains tips, advice and resources to help children and young people have a safe and positive time online with resources for young people and for parents/carers.  It also has a useful selection of social media guides explaining safety features available on these popular social networks.


Think u know

Thinkuknow is the education programme from NCA-CEOP, a UK organisation which protects children both online and offline.  The site also includes home activity packs containing simple 15 minute activities you can do with your family to support their online safety at home.



Childnet has a variety of resources for adults and pupils including a parents and carers toolkit and a toolkit for young people with special educational needs.


Some of our favourite resources:

Digiduck stories - a series of stories of friendship, responsibility and critical thinking online.

Smartie the Penguin - stories covering pop ups and in app purchasing, inappropriate websites for older children, cyberbullying, upsetting images, unreliable information and talking to strangers online.

Widgit - symbol supported online safety rules.


Notice Board see all

01 December 2019 - 29 August 2030

What is THRIVE?

What is Thrive?

Thrive is an approach to supporting the emotional development of our pupils. Thrive helps us to better understand the needs being signaled by their behaviour, and gives us targeted strategies and activities to help them better engage with learning. Thrive also comes with an online tool to assess and collate data on how our pupils are progressing in terms of their emotional development.

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Article 28 of the UNCRC says that children and young people have the right to education.