Welcome to our E-Safety page
On this page, we hope to provide parents, carers and pupils with information to help understand cyberbullying, how to deal with it and hints and tips on how to use the internet safely.
The internet is not a scary place. If used in the correct manner and taking the necessary precautions, it can be a huge asset in your personal and school life.
A Bear's Journey - In 2015, we performed a social media experiment showing how far a picture "travels" when posted on social media to highlight the precautions people need to take when posting anything on social media. Click the link to find out what happened.
ParentInfo - We subscribe to a service provided by CEOP called ParentInfo. Click the link to see the ParentInfo feed which updates regularly with hints and tips for keeping your children safe on the Internet. You can also find a link to this page in the Students & Parents > Parents menu above.
There are thousands of resources available online to help parents and students stay safe online. We've selected a few we think are of use below:
ThinkUKnow - ThinkUKnow is a website created by the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre, otherwise known as CEOP. It's specifically aimed at young people and provides information on how to stay safe online. It covers a variety of topics, dealing with the common ways young people interact with each others, including mobiles phones, gaming, social networking, chatting and blogs. You'll find the CEOP Report button at the bottom of this page.
NetSmartz - The Teens section of this site, in particular, gives a series a real life stories told by teenagers who have been victims of internet exploitation. It's a hard-hitting site but provides important e-safety messages.
Childnet Young People - The Childnet website helps students look at how they use communication technology and shows them how to be aware of the dangers that can arise from using them.
Bullying Online - Bullying Online is a website covering all aspects of bullying but has a section covering cyberbulling specifically. Lots of advice on how to stay safe on the internet, mobile phone bullying, dangerous and abusive websites.
Cyberbullying Research - Resources and tips for dealing with cyberbullying.
E-Safety Letter to Parents from Greater Manchester Police
Greater Manchester Police have issued us with a letter they would like us to share with our parents. It highlights the dangers of sexting, sharing pictures and videos online and other useful facts that parents should be aware of. Click here to read the letter.
Protecting our students in school with Impero Software
As part of our commitment to protecting our students, we’re proud to use Impero’s products to help us provide a rich, yet safe, digital learning environment for our students. We hold Impero Super School status, which means we’re happy to share our experiences with other schools and talk you through anything you would like to know about Impero’s products - www.imperosoftware.co.uk
E-safety Information for Parents