Computing & Online Sagety

Useful Links

Report Harmful Content: this site will help you to report harmful online content by providing up to date information on community standards and direct links to the correct reporting facilities across multiple platforms. The site will explain the eight harms and provide advice.


Report Remove is a tool that allows young people to report an image or video shared online to see if it is possible to get it taken down. Provided by Childline and the IWF, it keeps the young person informed at each stage of their report and provides further support where necessary.


What are video game age restrictions? Action for Children have shared an online guide for parents about age recommendations which explains the symbols and age restrictions and what they mean.        




Advice for limiting screen time and social media use

Safer Internet Day 2019


Our focus this year is permission & consent! Look for our Safer Internet Day work on our class pages soon!


Teach Internet Safety at Home!

Ellison Boulters Computing Curriculum

12 Days of Internet Christmas

Google Internet Safety - Be Internet Awesome!


Visit google's brilliant new internet safety website for games, lessons, resources and advice about how to stay safe online - regardless of your age! 




E-Safety Policy

Safer Internet Day - Parents and Carers Pack - 2018

Ellison Boulters E-Safety Essentials


The internet is a wonderful, yet quick moving place. If you would like to learn more about E-Safety, social media, or how you can help your child improve their E-Safety skills then take a look at our 'Ellison Boulters E-Safety Essentials' leaflet below!

Ellison Boulters E-Safety Essentials

The internet is always changing, and being able to keep up to date with your children's use of technology can be a challenge, especially if you feel that your children may have better technical skills than you do. However, children and young people still need support and guidance when it comes to managing their lives online and using the internet positively and safely. On this page you will find a range of useful documents to help you work with your child to develop your's, and their, ability to stay safe on-line.

A simple and effective way to get involved with your children and their lives on-line is through discussion. To get the ball rolling, why not use these conversation starters for parents and carers?

Share Aware offers simple, step–by–step advice that will help you have the right conversations with your children about online safety. 

Learn how to untangle the web through the NSPCC's Icebreaker email series. In just six weeks you'll be an expert in a child's online world and how to spot potential risks.

There are endless apps and websites that children of all age have easy access to, within seconds they can be communicating with strangers on the other side of the world with little awareness of how or what dangers exist. The documents below outline some of the hot favourites and how they work/how they can work safely for your child.

Links to useful resources...

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