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Internet Safety Information for Parents

Gwybodaeth i Rieni ynglyn â diogelwch arlein.

Our children today are growing up in a very different world from the one we grew up in.  Most children these days have regular access to the internet via PCs, games consoles and mobile technologies.  Whilst this instant communication offers fantastic opportunities for learning it is our responsibility as adults to ensure we keep our children safe from any dangers or images that could upset them.


At Whitchurch Primary School, we have a robust e-safety policy and Acceptable Use Agreements in place to protect pupils and staff.


All pupils receive e-safety lessons as part of their curriculum. We have an annual visit from our School Liaison Officer from South Wales Police to talk about the issue of Cyber-bullying.

Pupils receive assemblies dealing with the issue of e-safety.


We aim is to provide regular presentations to parents about e-safety as well as support if requested.  


Please support us by talking to your child about e-safety issues and monitoring what they are doing online and while using technology.


The resources below are provided by the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (CEOP). Please visit their website to find out more 


Other resources can be seen on their YouTube page 

Parental guidance for online safety

This short film has been created to raise awareness to parents about online safety issues. The film gives advice around how to communicate with children and young people about online safety and other ideas for parents to help teach their children to be aware and responsible.

Click above to visit the NSPCC 'Be Share Aware' website.

Be Share Aware - Safety advice from a 10 year old - NSPCC & O2

Teach your child to Be Share Aware. Sharing in real life is great but kids need our help to stay safe online. NSPCC and O2 can help with a step-by-step advice. Find out more here: