Safeguarding Your Children


All pupils participate in regular age appropriate E-Safety education within computing and PSHE lessons, through Safer Internet Day activities and assemblies and in workshops delivered in conjunction with outside agencies. It is vital that the messages taught in school are reinforced at home and we frequently send home guidance to help you to have E-Safety conversations with your children.




Welcome to the Safer Schools App provided via Zurich.

Safeguarding children and young people is one of the most important issues facing parents, carers and those responsible for educating and empowering children and young people.

Safeguarding across the school community has become even more complex in the context of children’s access to technology and use of social media.

That is why we have opted to provide access to this app for our parents, carers, children and staff.



The Safer Schools App is designed for staff, parents/carers and pupils. It helps support and protect children by educating and empowering them at school and at home. Staff, parents/carers and pupils receive tailored content specific to their role. Pupils also receive different content depending on their year group.

Users will also receive school-generated push notifications and updates from the h2b Safer team on keeping children and young people safe.

Key Learning Topics Include:

  • Bullying
  • Social Media
  • Gaming
  • Texting
  • Safeguarding
  • Appropriate Use
  • Emerging Trends


Click here to find the instructions on how to download the Safer Schools App. You will need to enter the School name and 4-digit code that you received from us. If you require a replacement code, please see the school office.

Download Instructions

According to the 2022 Ofcom report into media attitudes among children and their parents, more than a third of 12-17 year olds (35%) report using the internet in ways that could put them at greater risk.

This includes a fifth who surf in incognito mode (21%) and another fifth (19%) who delete their browsing history, both of which mean no one can check what they’re viewing because the information has gone.

So, how are parents supposed to monitor what their children look at online?

Activating broadband parental controls will help your child stay safe while they browse, study and interact within the digital world. Go compare can show you how to control internet access, so everyone at home can use broadband with confidence.

Visit their parental guide to find out more.


E - Safety Updates & Information

Each week, parents reviece a "Weekly Round Up" email, detailing this week's top tipcs for keeping children safe online, plus any other key updates.

Any information or updates regarding specific E-safety or current concerns will be added below.


A new classification of online risk includes the 4Cs

The new CO:RE 4Cs classification recognises that online risks arise when a child:

  • engages with and/or is exposed to potentially harmful CONTENT;
  • experiences and/or is targeted by potentially harmful CONTACT;
  • witnesses, participates in and/or is a victim of potentially harmful CONDUCT;
  • is party to and/or exploited by a potentially harmful CONTRACT.

The app will notify you of immediate safeguarding alerts that relate to apps and online gaming that children may be accessing. To ensure you receive these alerts, follow the link below to turn on your push notifications. 

How to turn on push notifications

Useful Parent Links:

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for up-to-date information on how to stay safe online. 

Click here: to find out the up-to-date information on online apps and games. 

Click here: for up-to-date information on how schools, parents and carers can work together to keep children safe online.