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Parent Feedback 2022

At Woolgrove School we consider E-Safety to be an important part of ensuring the safety of the children at our school. How to stay safe and how to behave appropriately online is explained and demonstrated to all pupils as part of our curriculum.

Among Us Fact Sheet

Huggy Wuggy/Poppy Play Time Fact Sheet

Important Letter Home Regarding Squid Games

E-Safety Policy

Please click here to view our E-Safety Policy

Parent Fact Sheet on Screen Time

Guide to Setting Netflix Parental Controls

Keeping Your Children Safe Online

Keeping Children Safe Online – Gov.uk
Staff – Keeping Safe While Working From Home

Online Teaching and Learning Policy – Coronavirus COVID19 Arrangements

Herts for Learning E-Safety Newsletters

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Useful Links

  • UK Safer Internet Centre
  • www.parentinfo.org/ – Autumn 2015 saw the release of this excellent new website. It was developed out of a partnership between CEOP and The Parent Zone and contains lots of good eSafety advice.
  • Teach kids online security basics –  Here are some basic lessons that parents can help their kids learn.
  • www.saferinternet.org.uk – Here you will find e-safety tips, advice and resources to help children and young people stay safe on the internet.
  • www.childnet.com– An organisation working directly with children, parents and teachers to ensure that the issues of online child protection and the safe and positive use of the internet are addressed.
  • www.thinkuknow.co.uk – The Child Exploitation and Online Protection (CEOP) Centre has set up its own website which has been designed and written specifically for children, young people, teachers, parents and carers.
  • Think U Know 4-7 – The new 4 -7 CEOP website is designed for children to visit at home with their parents/carers and features the characters and messages from the Jessie and friends resource. The new website gives children the opportunity to complete tasks and gain ‘badges’ when they help the characters within the activities. The website covers four key topics • Watching Videos • Sharing Pictures (6 – 7 year-olds only) • Online Gaming (6 – 7 year-olds only) • Chatting Online (6 – 7 year-olds only) There is a parent/carer guide that can be downloaded and shared to help them access the site and start conversations about online safety at home. The resource could also be used as a resource within Relationships and Health Education lessons.
  • www.kidsmart.org.uk/ – Kidsmart is an award winning internet safety website for parents and those working with children. It has been developed by the children’s internet charity Childnet International and has excellent information on many of the technologies used by children, with guidance on how to ‘stay safe’ online.
  • www.myresearchpapers.com – Here you will find writing tips, advice and resources to help young people write school essays without efforts.
  • www.bullying.co.uk – One in five young people have experienced bullying by text message or via email. This web site gives advice for children and parents on cyberbullying.
  • www.chatdanger.com/ – This website is about the potential dangers with interactive services online like chat, IM, online games, email and on mobiles. It provides information, advice, true stories and games. The resource page also contains a number of links to other useful websites.
  • http://parents.vodafone.com/ – Being very accessible, this provides information and guidance to parents to help under the digital world. There is also an online test to see how much you know.
  • www.internetmatters.org – Lots of guidance and articles for parents about keeping their children safe online.
  • www.digizen.org – A website designed to strengthen awareness and understanding of what digital citizenship is. It encourages users of technology to be and become responsible DIGItal citiZENS.


Keeping Children Safe Online

Parental Control Guides


Spyware/Malware Resources