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E-safety is an essential component for both parents’ and educators’ to ensure the safety of young digital consumers. In today’s digital world, it is critical to understand the dangers of using online services and to put safety measures in place before allowing access to our children.

Below is a collection of online resources to get you started with E-Safety

Help, advice and resources for parents and carers
Offer your children support and guidance with our range of online safety guides.

Childnet 4 - 11 Year Olds:
Help, advice and resources for 4-11 year olds
Guidance for helping to keep young children happy and safe online

Parentzone Blog:
Parent Zone is a social enterprise - offering free services and resources to parents, families and professionals who work with them. 

Internet Matters:
Are you worried that you haven’t got your internet set up to be safe for your children at home? Then this is the website for you - even if you think you’ve sorted it out, it’s worth taking a look. This website will help you set up parental controls according to the broadband provider you have at home. It also helps you sort the settings out on a very wide range of devices. It is interactive and provides step by step instructions that can be emailed to you so you can always refer to them.
The rest of the website is also informative and helpful. Visit Internet Matters website

Are you concerned what your children might find when they are searching the internet using Google or other search engines? You can turn on Google Safe Search (the first link will tell you how) or you can use alternative, prefiltered search engines.





The following websites have lots of information and advice, including links for you to report concerns.




E-Safety Resources For Parents

  • Online Safety Policy

    Crompton Primary School online safety policy - January 2023

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  • Conversation Starters

    It is really important to chat with your children on an ongoing basis about staying safe online. Not sure where to begin? These conversation starter suggestions can help.

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  • Online Safety Factsheet

    Information and online resources for parents and carers

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  • Online Gaming

    An introduction to parents and carers to online gaming.

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  • Online Safety Policy

  • Conversation Starters

  • Online Safety Factsheet

  • Online Gaming

Royton & Shaw Children Speak Out
Being Safe on the Internet


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