File icon: pdf Supporting Mental Heath Through Nature [pdf 5MB] Click to download

Parent Guides

Some useful parental guides for Apps and Games.

Parent Guides

Some helpful advice on Digital Footprints.

Having a Positive Digital Footprint

 Online Safety

With the more widespread use of the internet these days it's important that we all teach our children how to stay safe.

There are a few basic rules to follow and these include:-

  • DO NOT tell strangers your personal details, such as your full name, your address, your phone number or what school you go to.
  • DO NOT send pictures of yourself or family to people you don't know.
  • DO NOT arrange to meet someone you have met online.
  • ALWAYS tell an adult if you are worried or upset about anything.
  • DO NOT open emails from anyone you don't know.
  • DO NOT add people on Instant Messenger or Social Networking sites unless you know them in person (even if they are 'friends' of your friends)

CEOP Parent Site

** Please always talk to your child and get to know what sites they are using online. Make sure that they know not to accept friends that they don't know in person - even if they are 'friends of friends'. More and more children are being abused online. We have just been made aware of a case of a child in a Hull primary school who has been groomed online. We always take the safety of children in our school very seriously and take all necessary steps to avoid any incidents whilst they are in school. Please check what your child is doing online whilst they are at home. If you have any concerns at all about your child please contact our Safeguarding Team at school**

Hull Daily Mail Article

CEOP launched a Parents webite

Parents can access advice and support on how to keep children safe from sexual abuse, both online and off.  The website has lots of preventative advice on supporting positive sexual behaviour, using parental controls, seeing inappropriate content online, reporting to social media sites; as well as expert information on challenging harmful sexual attitudes, helping a child with autism negotiate life online; supporting a child who has been sexually abused; and dealing with a range of online issues such as sending nude selfies and viewing pornography.  Users will find films, downloadable guides and useful links to support organisations.

Internet Safety for children aged 4 to 7

The Think U Know website have produced some new resources that you can use with your younger children to teach them how to be safe online.

Jessie and Friends


Children can talk to any member of staff at school about any concerns they have about any eSafety issues.

The Parent Zone and Childnet websites have some useful information about lots of eSafety issues -

Parent Zone - Parent Guides

Childnet - Parent Guides

Childline Advice on Cyber Bullying

NSPCC Advice



File icon: pdf parenting in a digital worldonline [pdf 2MB] Click to download
File icon: pdf DfE Advice for parents on cyberbullying - [pdf 209KB] Click to download


UK Safer Internet Centre

Internet Matters

London Grid for Learning

Net Aware

Let's Talk About It

National Online Safety Website