Being safe online is very important to all of us. We discuss e-safety in assemblies, in form time and through computing lessons. We know, however, that young people access the internet in many different ways, whether via home computers, tablets, mobile phones or other devices. As a school, we are committed to ensuring that students are aware of issues surrounding e-safety. On this page you will find links to advice for people of all ages about e-safety.
Click to read advice issued by Merseyside Police about the dangers of young people using the app Snapchat.
In our list of useful links below, you will find more information about keeping young people safe online.
Kidsmart – e-safety advice for young people
Thinkuknow – e-safety advice for young people of all ages and for parents
BBC Share Take Care – advice and support for parents on setting ‘parental tools’ to manage what children are exposed to online
Parent Info – advice and support for parents with all aspects of e-safety