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Online Safety

Children are online more than ever and it is important that we provide information to enable you to support them safely.  This page provides links to websites and documents that can support parents by providing:

-  information on social networks, apps and games
-  advice on risks and how to discuss these with children and young people
-  information on safe and responsible use of technology
-  advice on how to report issues

Young people or parents should raise any concerns whilst online. As well as reporting issues to the school, organisations below also provide practical support:



The NSPCC website has lots of online safety advise for parents, carers, and young people. Such resources are 'Talking to your child about online safety, online wellbeing, and parental controls. 

Keeping children safe online | NSPCC

Educate against Hate

This is a parents and carers hub with lots of helpful resources in how to keep your child safe and have the conversation about extremism and radicalisation. 

Parents' Resources - Educate Against Hate

Please see PDF resource EHA_Parents booklet Radicalisation



Supporting young people to be happy and healthy online

See Lets talk about life online PDF in downloads section below.



Developed across the Humberside Police Force area, Not in our community is a leading campaign that helps young people protect themselves and friends against grooming leading to sexual and criminal exploitation. During the COVID19 pandemic this is evermore important to spot the signs online.