Message sent from:

Online Safety Resources

Please feel free to browse this important information about a range of resources that will help you understand how to keep yourself safer when online. Please click on the images to access a little more information:

Online Safety Research


South West Grid for Learning works in partnership with Plymouth University and a range of other organisations to conduct and publish leading edge research into Online Safety.

Facebook Checklist


The checklist holds information on how to keep your Facebook profile under your control.

Snapchat Checklist


The checklist holds information on how to keep your Snapchat profile under your control.

Twitter Checklist


The checklist holds informaton on how to keep your Twitter profile under your control.

Instagram Checklist


The checklist holds information on how to keep your Instagram profile under your control.

Early Years Toolkit


The toolkit aims to highlight and endorse best practice for managing the risks associated with online technologies.

ASK.FM Online Guidance


Ask.fm is a social networking service which is based around users asking each other questions.

Online Safety Parent Workshop Slides

Slides from the Year 6 and Year 5 Workshop led by Miss Malins.

WARNING: Sensitive content is covered. 

Netaware from the NSPCC

NetAware is a simple guide for parents to the most popular social networks, apps and games that children use. 

You can easily find age ratings, parent and child reviews and how likely it is that a child could find inappropriate content. 

Download the app today, so you'll always have help keeping children safe online wherever you go.

Netaware - NSPCC

Download the NSPCC Netaware app

For Android Devices


Untangle the web using the NetAware app for Android phones.

For Apple Devices


Stay on top of the latest apps and sites children use but downloading NetAware for iOS devices.

Hit enter to search