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The Federation of St Mary's Hatfield

Broad Oak & Little Hallingbury C of E Primary Schools


E-Safety Websites


  If you're worried about online abuse or the way someone has been communicating online, let CEOP know. CEOP helps keep young people safe from sexual abuse and grooming online. They help thousands of children and young people every year, as well as their parents and carers. CEOP are unable to respond to reports about bullying, fake accounts and hacking.

Thinkuknow is the education programme from NCA-CEOP, a UK organisation which protects children both online and offline. Thinkuknow has six different websites: for 4 to 7 year-olds; for 8 to 10 year-olds; for 11 to 13 year-olds; for 14+ year-olds; for parents and carers; and for children's workforce.

Internet Matters gives expert support and practical tips to help children benefit from connected technology and the internet safely and smartly. Parent Zone provides support and information to parents, children and schools to help families navigate the internet safely and confidently.
The IWF works internationally to minimise the availability of online sexual abuse content. Content can be reported through the IWF website. Ask About Games answer questions parents and players have about video game age ratings, provide advice on how to play games safely and responsibly and offer families helpful tips to ensure they get the most out of the games they enjoy together.
Common Sense Media provides a guide to movies, TV shows, books and more media, providing rating to assist parents choose the suitability of content. Advice and resources for parents in the digital age.
ChildLine provides advice, support and resources for young people. ChildLine have visited our schools recently to deliver advice on E-Safety and bullying.  Online safety tips, advice and resources to help children and young people stay safe online.
Resources to help children stay safe online - for children, parents and carers, and professionals, provided by EST E-Safety, 'The Two Johns', who came in to deliver training to children, teachers and parents at St. Mary's and Little Hallingbury.  


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