Keeping children safe when they are online is exceptionally important. On this page you will find information and links to how together we can help keep children safe online.

Safer Internet Day takes place each academic year. To mark this, children across the academy will take place in activities relating to being safe when online.

Cyber Bullying

Cyber bullying is the use of the Internet and related technologies to harm other people, in a deliberate, repeated and hostile manner.

Bullying is not new and children can be unkind to each other online, but now the technology has changed making it easier to track and prove who is responsible.

If you suspect your child is having a problem, the evidence will be on your computer. If you can print off copies of messages and screenshots of web postings, we can investigate.


  • CBBC's Own It has content to help navigate the online world, including advice on how look after your wellbeing and where to go if you need help.
  • Childnet offers help & advice about online safety
  • Childline guides covering online and mobile safety
  • ThinkUKnow online safety resources from CEOP Education

These guides from West Yorkshire Police help to secure mobile devices and stay safe when using them.