This page provides resources and information for Anti-Bullying, Friendship fallouts and E-Saftey and advice during the schools period of partial closure.
During these uncertain times, the health and wellbeing of all our children remaind of priority.
Here is some information from The Royal College of Pediatrics and Child Health on what to do if your child is unwell.
Keep up to date with the latest online safety news by reading our monthly Online Safety Newsletter created in partnership with Knowsley City Learning
This information is automatically updated regulary by Parent Info and CEOP:
The NSPCC Net Aware website tells you everything that you need to know about social media sites most used by young people including the minimum
age for using their services. Click Here
National Online Saftey's website has guides for parents/carers about various online platforms inlcuding, TikTok, Fortnite, Snapchat, YouTube and
WhatsApp. Click Here
Thinkuknow is the education programme from NCA-CEOP that offers advice about staying safe when using a phone, tablet or computer. Click Here
Online Safety Alliance have created an 'Online Safety for parents in 90 seconds' video. This video provides a brief summary of a number of online
safety issues parents need to be aware of, including live streaming and online grooming. Click Here
Childnet International provides a whole host of useful ways to keep your child safe online. Whether you’re puzzled by parental controls or would
like to know more about gaming this website has information to help. Click Here
Media Smart is a not-for-profit company that creates free educational materials for schools, teachers, parents and guardians, to help young people
think critically about the advertising they come across in their daily lives. Here are their '5 social media tips for parents'. Click Here
Here are links to resources that are used within school to help with friendship fallouts. Students have asked that these resources are avaliable so they can continue to use them outside of school.
If children have any worries when they are in school they can speak to an adult or they can post their worries to Bob the Minion.
National Online Safety’s website has guides for parents/carers about various online platforms including, Fortnite, Snapchat, YouTube and WhatsApp. There are many more guides and resources available from their website. Click Here. We have also included a few below that you can download directly from our website.
Internet Matters also gives expert support and practical tips to help children benefit from connected technology and the internet safely and smartly.
TikTok parents guide: