Internet Safety and Reporting Concerns

 

The internet can provide a fabulous range of information on virtually any topic you want to find out about. There are so many positive points that it can sometimes become easy to forget that there can also be a negative side. It is important that you know what to do if you find information which causes you to be upset or to feel uncomfortable with what you see or hear. Remember that not everything that you will find on the internet is true so you have to be careful.

Please click on the information below or your age group which is found at the CEOP  'Think You Know' web site which is designed to help children and parents stay safe online. Here you will find out what you should do if you need to report any bad things to an adult and you will also find some great games and information which will help you to learn more about this important topic. Perhaps your mum or dad might like to learn about this with you too!

Parents can Click Here to visit their area of the 'Think You Know' site. 

 

The NSPCC recently released information for parents on Internet Safety, please Click Here to view this document.

If you are aged between 5-7 years old then this is the section for you!

 Click Here to find out more.

If you are aged 8-10 years old then this is where you should be looking!

 Click Here to find out more.

Internet Safety Reporting Form

Please fill in this form if you are upset about something that you have seen or heard online and we will will pass this on to the appropriate person. This form will be emailed to Mr Orr and Miss Hylands who will know what to do. After you send this information please make sure that you speak to either Mr Orr or Miss Hylands as soon as possible and tell your parents too.