BE SMART, STAY SAFE ONLINE
The online world is a part of everyday life for children and adults, and knowing how to stay safe is vitally important, and so is knowing who to turn to if you feel trapped by a situation. We educate, have dedicated staff, and we provide resources for our children and employees.
Dangers: Cyberbullying, cybercrime and deception.
Detecting these issues is one thing, knowing how to deal with them is another. A problem or even a potential problem shared is a problem halved though, so please share it with a senior member of staff.
A wealth of information is also available on the NSPCC website.
Comprehensive online safety advice can also be found here.