If you are worried about online abuse or the way someone has been communicating online let CEOP know. Click on the button below to make a report.
If you are being bullied, or you are not ready to make a report to CEOP, you can talk to Childline anonymously online or on the phone – No worry is too big or too small.
BBC Own It is a great website for help and guidance with social media. It is full of helpful videos and advice for young people about how to use the internet safely.
Parent Hub by Parent Zone is a great resource for information about a range of issues, including home learning ideas, advice, articles and more.
The website links below offer advice on a range of topics, including privacy controls, social media advice and digital well being.
We have a termly online safety newsletter, we will share information about what the children are learning about as well as provide helpful information about how to keep your child as safe as possible online.
|Issue 4 - Christmas Edition
St Issey uses RM SafetyNet for it’s web filtering. This was developed in conjunction with the Internet Watch Foundation, UK Safer Internet Centre, South West Grid for Learning and Childnet.
For more information please follow the link to RM’s website:
|Online safety Guides
|YouTube Information - Parent Zone
|Parent's Guide to YouTube Kids - Google
|Tik Tok Information - Internet Matters
|A Parent's Guide to Snapchat
|A Parent's guide to Instagram
|Whatsapp Safety - Internet Matters
|Everything You Need to Know About Minecraft - Common Sense Media
|Ultimate Guide To Roblox - Common Sense Media
|Fortnite Information - Common Sense Media
|Ultimate Guide to Twitch - Common Sense Media
|Discord App Safety - Internet Matters
|Reddit: What Parent's Need to Know - Internet Matters
|Screen Time Guide - Internet Matters
|Facebook Messenger Prinvacy Settings - Internet Matters
|Facebook Information - Internet Matters
|Twitter Information - Internet Matters
|Parents Guide to Live Streaming and Vlogging
|O2 Keeping Kids Safe Online - general online safety advice