GSO Test

'To help young people help themselves'

As a school we strive to ensure pupils are encouraged and are enabled to keep themselves safe online. Online-safety is built into our curriculum from KS2 and throughout school. We also ensure that we revisit Online-safety issues in assemblies during the school year.

Our pupil School Council and Safeguarding groups review and discuss Online Safety in school and help to advise other pupils. Our parents and Carers are actively involved and we keep them up to date with new online dangers and resources through social media and our Parent Partners Group.

Pupils in school have designed posters to be displayed in classrooms and all staff and Governors update their online safety training annually.

Click here to read our Online Safety Policy

Our pupils made a video presentation about Cyber-bullying:

We have been awarded to Online Safety Mark, which shows our commitment to keeping our pupils safe online.

If you are concerned about any aspect of online safety please contact school and talk to us.


Here are some resources and links that are really useful.

Where to go for help:
For information regarding keeping young people safe online visit the CEOP website Click Here
Think u know is a great website that you can use with young people Click Here
The NSPCC - from the latest online safety news to help and advice, this site has fantastic resources Click Here
Tips, advice, guides and resources to help stay safe online Click Here
Internet Matters - advice and resources Click Here
The video below is a guide for parents and carers on live streaming and how to keep children safe when using live streaming. During lockdown live streaming has become popular amongst young people.
Fact Sheets and resources:
7 questions to start a conversation about online safety Explaining Age Ratings Apex Legends - Facts App Store - Facts Catfishing - Facts
COD - Facts Cyberbullying Discord - Facts Disney + - Facts Faceapp - Facts
Facebook - Facts Fake News Fifa - Facts Fortnite - Facts Google Stadia - Facts
GTA - Facts Hidden Photo Apps Houseparty - Facts How to be kind online How to clean devices
Instagram - Facts KiK - Facts Live streaming LiveMe - Facts Loot boxes and skin betting
Minecraft - Facts Netflix - Facts Nintendo Switch - Facts Omegle - Facts Onilne safety tips for children
Online gaming to online gambling Online Grooming PS4 - Facts Redditt - Facts Roblox - Facts
Sadfishing Screen addiction Sexting Smartphone online safety tips Snapchat - Facts
Social media online safety tips Social pressure - appearance Social pressures - friends and followers Social pressures - Likes Social pressures - influencers
Steam - Facts Telegram - Facts TikTok - Facts Tumblr - Facts Twitch - Facts
Twitter - Facts Video games and violent behaviour Virtual Reality Whats app - Facts Yolo - Facts



Yubo - Facts Zoom - Facts Deepfakes Back to school advice

Reporting Harmful Content

Scamming - Spotting and Preventing Attacks How to set up parental controls -Iphone How to set up parental controls - Android Advice about Fortnite 3 for Parents

Advice about Replika for Parents

Advice for Parents about horror games What Parents need to know about Wink What Parents need to know about WhatsApp


CEOP suggest, that if parents or carers are worried about information they have seen or heard, this article, which contains further information and links to other resources is very useful:



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