Useful e-safety Links for Pupils and Parents


This website has a lot of online resources that help with child exploitation and online protection (CEOP). It is targeted towards children ages 8-16, the site focuses on how to be safe, have fun and get rid of things you don’t want online. CEOP can help with identifying hazards online and helping to prevent the hazards that occur online. If you are worried about online abuse or the way someone has been communicating with you, let CEOP know.


The NSPCC is a national trust offering help to children online and domestically. They offer a wide range of supporters and guidance to children all across the UK. They provide help and the resources you need to live a happy, healthy life. They have an e-safety section where they offer knowledge about the dangers of e-safety and how to overcome the challenges we face online every day.

Stay Safe Online

Stay safe online. This website informs you of the dangers that exist online. They give steps and instructions of how to adapt your internet experience to be the best and most pleasant that it can be. This gives you academical information that most e-safety websites don’t and its very useful if you’re not sure how to report or block an individual.


Their aim is to help make the internet a great and safe place for children and young people. Find the latest information on the sites and services that you like to use, plus information about mobiles, gaming, downloading, social networking and much more. They provide top tips and do’s and don’ts about the online world.

Safer Internet

It has information on specific apps and websites and a lot of useful information that relate to the app. If you are looking for advice on a specific app or website then you should use this. It has methods on how to block and report people or make a complaint on the app or website.

Internet Matters.

Get expert support and practical tips to help children benefit from connected technology and the internet safely and smartly. Need help with an online issue? Need to report something? Need help setting controls and privacy settings on a child’s device? Well look no further, internet matters have you covered.



This has posters and leaflets about child safety. They have statistics and facts about children and parent’s safety and knowledge about e-safety. They teach parents what to do when their child confronts then with a problem that happened over the internet.

Additional Sites
Online abuse and bullying prevention guide
UK Safer Internet Centre Free online support for young people
Apps for self help - useful websites
Anti Bullying