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Online Safety Links

We know that keeping your children safe online is a priority. Knowing where to get advice and information can be daunting, so we would like to use our website to help and guide parents and children on this important issue. Below are links to websites with advice and information for adults and here is our page of e-Safety links for pupils and young people.


The Click CEOP button (pictured right) is an asset of the National Crime Agency’s CEOP Command. The CEOP Command works to protect children from the harm of sexual abuse and exploitation both online and offline. 



The “Thinkuknow” website is brought to you by the Child Exploitation and Online Protection (CEOP) centre. You may have seen some of their video clips on National TV recently.

There’s a lot of information here for both children and adults. Parents have their own area of the site.



South West Grid for Learning has had some e-safety films especially made. The videos 'Do you Know?' and 'Golden Rules' can help parents help themselves and their children to be safer when using the Internet.

EE - Digital Living

  EE has put together lots of tips, resources, videos and activity guides to educate and inform parents so you can talk to you children and help them to be sensible and respectful in their digital lives.


Childnet International is a non-profit organisation working with others to help make the internet a great and safe place for children.

There are sections designed specifically for parents and carers alongside pages for young people as well.


  Understanding what children do online and the risks they face will help you keep your child safe. The NSPCC has put together lots advice for parents on online safety, with tips, controls and conversations to help parents keep children safe on the internet and social networks.

They also have information and advice on issues such as cyber bullying.

Vodafone - Parents

  Vodafone have created a special Digital Parenting magazine, available on their parents pages, alongside all sorts of advice, information and tips.


  Parent Zone have put together the best information they could find about a whole range of subjects icluding digital parenting.

Get Safe Online  

  Get Safe Online offers lots advice and information. They also have created simple checklists to help keep your children safe onlne according to their age group.



The Family Online Safety Institute is an international, non-profit organisation which works to make the online world safer for children and their families. They have created lots of resources icluding a Family Online Safety Contract.


KCC's education, learning and skills information website has a huge list of further E-Safety links covering a wide range of topics with advice for adults as well as adults caring for children. Subjects range from digital parenting, cyberbullying and social networking through digital stalking, online hoaxes, and online gaming through to online consumer safety, online fraud and technology guides.

Parent Port



ParentPort is run by the UK’s media regulators. They set and enforce standards across the media to protect children from inappropriate material.

Seen or heard something unsuitable for children? Maybe it was a programme on TV or online, a film, an advert, a video game or something in a magazine. At ParentPort you can find out about the standards expected from the media, make a complaint and share your views.

Internet Watch Foundation

  The Internet Watch Foundation are the UK hotline for reporting criminal content online. They help internet service providers and hosting companies combat abuse of their networks through a 'notice and takedown' service which alerts them to content which should be removed.