E-Safety is and becoming more important in our everyday lives. Below are some support and information sites/apps which will help students, parents and staff stay safe online and advice & support for Social Networking.

CEOP - if you have any concerns about what you have seen online report it to CEOP


Think U Know - is an online general advice site to do with anything internet based. Advice is given by age range including support for parents.


Support for Students and Adults on Facebook and Twitter.



A great app you can download which tells you all about the apps young people are using and what they do. It also gives you information on how safe they are.


Childline has launched an app that is the first to provide counselling to young people in need of help directly through their mobile devices. The app has been named 'For Me' to ensure that it can be discreetly installed. This means that if someone happens to see the young person's phone they can't tell it's a Childline service. This can be downloaded from your app store.



Tech­nol­ogy has many ben­e­fits but it also brings some chal­lenges for young peo­ple, such as bul­ly­ing and sexting. Voda­fone are trying to help chil­dren and teenagers get the most out of tech­nol­ogy and become more con­fi­dent and resilient when they are online. Voda­fone have cre­ated this Dig­i­tal Par­ent­ing web­site to sup­port par­ents, car­ers and teach­ers and also to pro­vide resources for young peo­ple them­selves. It’s full of expert advice, ‘how to’ guides and infor­ma­tion about other Voda­fone ini­tia­tives, such as Be Strong Online, so that you can help your child to make the right dig­i­tal choices. You can also sign up for a Dig­i­tal Par­ent­ing mag­a­zine. Please click on the link below.


Please find our school E-Safety Policy by clicking the link below

King Ethelbert E Safety Policy