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Internet Safety

Online Safety


Helping your child stay safe online


At Wallop Primary School, we aspire for our pupils to become life-long learners and valuable members of a global society. The internet and associated technology play a key role in this and therefore, we want all of our pupils to be equipped with the knowledge to make the most of technology and recognise the benefits that it can bring, while maintaining high levels of safety and security.


We recognise that the online world is an inevitable part of young peoples’ lives in modern society and we understand that monitoring children’s online activity can be a dauting and sometimes overwhelming task for parents and carers.

Please use the links below to find a range of advice, support and resources from a range of nationally recognised organisations – from ideas for how to start conversations about online safety, to information about age classification and what to do if you have concerns.

If you need any further support, please speak to your child’s class teacher or a member of the school’s safeguarding team.


Useful Websites

UK Safer Internet Centre




Think You Know




Internet Matters


Parent Zone


NSPCC NetAware – Because it is difficult to keep up to date with all the latest in social media and online gaming, the NSPCC has developed the net aware tool. If you follow this link and type in the name of any social media site, net aware will tell you all you need to know about it.


Hectors World – Hector’s World is a series of fun and engaging cartoons that teach 5-7 year old children all about how to stay safe online.


Report to CEOP


Childline – Information for children on mental health


NSPCC – Tips and advice for parents including having conversations with children


Parental Links

Online Safety NSPCC


Online Terrorism

Please report online material promoting terrorism or extremism:


Age Ratings for common Apps: