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Here you will find information about what we are doing in school to ensure e-safety for all our pupils as well as useful resources to support e-safety:

E-Safety Policy

E-Safety Advice for Parents

Online Safety advice websites for parents and children recommended by the DfE

Report an Incident of Bullying

If you wish to report an incident of bullying, either because you have witnessed it, or because you are a victim of bullying, please email us using the following address:

Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (CEOP)

Free service to help children and young people stay safe online.


CEOP is managed by police and provides advice and support about online safety.  You can also use this site to report any inappropriate activity which you have experienced online.  Click on the CEOP logo above to visit their website for further information or to report an incident of suspected exploitation.

E-Safety Support

E Safety Support is an online service that offers advice and guidance on a range of matters relating to e-safety.

Online Safety Test

Internet Matters - Parent Support

E-safety Website

Internet Matters Website

Online Safety Website