Online Safety

'Grooming' danger

Learn how to keep children safer online, and understand the potential dangers and behavioural warning signs. 

Cyberbully - prevention

Cyberbullying signs are not always obvious, so it's important to be aware of the risk of this type of behaviour.

Online abuse prevention

The internet can be a great place for young people to learn, play and connect – but danger is never far away.

Enhancing controls

All online devices have built-in parental controls which can help protect children from harmful content.       

'Smart' (Acronym) Online


The online world is a part of everyday life for children and adults, so understanding how to stay safe is vitally important – as is knowing where to turn if you feel trapped in a situation. We therefore educate, have dedicated staff, and provide resources for our children and employees.

Dangers: Cyberbullyingcybercrime 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, so we encourage children and staff share it with a senior member of staff.

If you are in any doubt about your online world, please contact a senior member of staff.


A wealth of information is also available on the NSPCC websiteComprehensive online safety advice can also be found here.

Let's Ask Frank

Drugs: dangerously accessible, and users' hell-bent pursuit of them can destroy the lives of individuals and families. This website has a wealth of information and confidential advice for parents and carers, and for teenagers there is information on the dangers. 

Let's Be Frank 

On the internet it is unfortunately too easy for children to access pornographic images. Parental control software on phones, tablets and computers can help prevent this access, and information and frank discussions can help keep young minds from wandering into dangerous territory. Click here to to read more about helping to keep children safe.