The guides below are intended to provide you with the support and resources to help keep your child safe online. We know this is a difficult time for parents, as almost every child is using the internet to access their learning and spending extended periods of time online. If you are concerned about any aspect of your child's online safety, please do not hesitate to raise your concerns or report any safeguarding incidents to your child's class teacher or to Mrs Smith (Designated Safeguarding Lead).
Click here for guidance on how to keep your child safe online while they are off school.
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Online Safety Guides A to F
Online Safety Guides G to L
Online Safety Guides M to R
Online Safety Guides S to Z
More guides are available by visiting the National Online Safety website.
Supporting Mental Health and Wellbeing
While being online can be helpful for your mental health, it could also have a negative impact on yourself. Here are some useful guides to help you in supporting your child's mental health and wellbeing: