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There are some websites that are very helpful to keep up to date with:

  • – leading the way in online safety and safeguarding with some excellent advice on apps
  • NSPCC – has some great advice about social networking sites and apps children are using, like Snapchat, Instagram and YouTube, and how to set up parental controls at home
  • Think You Know – has some excellent advice about how to keep children safe online and gives guidance as to how to help if you have any worries – especially if you have children in UKS2 or in secondary school
  • Childline – has some great tips on staying safe when using smartphones
  • Be Internet Legends
  • #DITTO – a free online safety (e-safety) magazine for schools, organizations and parents to keep you up to date with risks, issues, advice and guidance related to keeping children safe online, with a view to enjoying and learning about technology
  • St Swithun’s Catholic Primary School – Safeguarding Children


The national college are producing simple and quick fact sheets about different areas of online safety and the potential hidden dangers of well used apps. For more information, please click here (link to Online Safety Training & CPD for Primary Schools (  We will also be uploading the materials here as well as linking them to our fortnightly newsletter.

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