The Weatheralls Primary School

Internet Safety

How we are keeping your children safe online

We will be continuously reminding your children about E-Safety at school through our PSHE curriculum, the IT curriculum and also in assemblies.

Saplings children have watched the adventures of Smartie the Penguin and we have discussed the four top tips to staying safe online. Feel free to watch and read the online storybook with your children and talk about it at home. There are also lots of fun activities on this site.  This is deemed suitable for 3 -7 year olds. Click the image below:

The Adventures of Smartie the Penguin


This video shows the adventures of Lee and Kim! Feel free to watch the video with your children and talk about it at home. This video is deemed suitable for 5-7 year olds. Click the image below

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Advice for Parents

The internet has changed all of our lives, particularly our children’s. For parents and carers this opens up a whole new world of things to be aware of. For many of us we are not aware of all of the dangers or just don't know how to protect our children from them.  You can find out how you can keep children safe from abuse and other dangers, both online and in the physical world using the NSPCC link:

You might be struggling to keep up with the things your child is doing online, you might wonder whether what they are doing is safe, and you might also be thinking how can I be as good a parent online as I am offline?

The 'Think U Know' website aims to make online parenting simple. Click the logo below for practical tips and simple guidance.

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Reporting to CEOP

CEOP are the Child Exploitation & Online Protection Centre. They help children stay safe online.

Has someone acted inappropriately towards you or to a child/young person you know online? It may be sexual chat, being asked to do something that makes you feel uncomfortable or someone being insistent on meeting up. You can report it to through the link below.

Report to CEOP 

 Remember if you need immediate help call 999