E-Safety for Parents and Carers

Here you will find links to the CEOP and the Think U Know websites as well as E-Safety newsletters and policies.  You will also be able to report any incidents confidentially by completing our anonymous online form which will be available shortly.  The school’s E-Safety officer is currently Mr Curwen. Please email him  with regards to any E-Safety issues.

The Hertfordshire Grid for learning provide an excellent termly newsletter.  The latest edition of this can be found by clicking on the link below :

The Grid Parent E-Safety Newsletter

Our School E-Safety Policy has recently been updated.  Please have a read through of this important document as it contains some important information.

School E-Safety Policy

Radicalisation via the internet is ever increasing and parents need to be vigilant in looking out for any signs of this. The school takes it's responsibilities with regards to this very seriously.  Below is a link encouraging parents to learn more about this issue.

Radicalisation and E-Safety

Lastly all Parents should be aware of the possible sanctions that can be imposed if a student decides to break the schools E-Safety rules.  Below you will find a document which looks at infringements and suggested outcomes.

E-Safety school sanctions


Useful Websites:

CEOP: http://www.ceop.police.uk/

Think U Know: http://www.thinkuknow.co.uk/

Internet Matters: http://www.internetmatters.org/

Digital Parenting: http://www.vodafone.com/content/parents.html


E-Safety in the news:

www.parentinfo.org is a new site which offers valuable advice to parents and carers.  A newsfeed of their latest digital news is set out below:



Through our meetings with Parents and Carers we have realised that many of you would like to be more aware of E-Safety news and issues.  Below you will find a news feed linked to the website E-Safety Support which will provide up to date articles.