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E-Safety Advice and Guidance for Children

 E-Safety advice and guidance for children and young people.

  • Don’t add people you don’t know to Facebook / Twitter / Instagram etc unless you know them
  • Check your privacy settings on social networking sites – think - who can see your info?
  • Never give out ANY personal details online
  • If you are being ‘cyber bullied’ keep all the evidence and tell a trusted adult or use the report it button
  • Block anybody who sends you stuff you don’t like
  • Don’t reply to abusive messages / emails
  • Regularly check your friends lists to make sure you know everyone in it - delete anyone you don’t know
  • If anything makes you feel scared or uncomfortable while you are online tell a trusted adult or use the report it button
  • Think before you send a message – they can sometimes be taken the wrong way
  • NEVER meet someone that you have only met online
  • Always think twice before putting your picture online, people can copy it, edit it and use it for other things

Links - please click to open

Top safety tips for young people (and adults) when using Facebook

Video clips produced by Anti-bullying Ambassadors in conjunction with Facebook. (The school is responsible for the link, not the content of this site).

Safer Internet Day 2016

The website for The UK Safer Internet Centre


Run by the NSPCC to help protect children.


A website design for all young people by the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Agency.


A charity that protects the interests of children and young people online.

Internet Matters

Internet Matters is an independent, not-for-profit organisation to help parents keep their children safe online.

Chat Danger

Website produced by Childnet to help warn of the dangers of online chat.


Gives specific advice and resources on issues such as social networking and cyberbullying and how these relate to and affect their own and other people's online experiences and behaviours.

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