We are increasingly aware that the online world can pose an ever-increasing risk to children, and it is important that schools, parents and carers work together to take an active role in teaching children about online dangers. Learning how to act safely when using the internet is an incredibly important part of safeguarding our children.

I am delighted to announce that here at KWPS we have shown our commitment to protecting our pupils online by working with National Online Safety- providing resources for all parents and carers.

The resources include Parents & Carers courses (presented by Myleene Klass), online video resources and weekly guides covering a huge range of topics, including to mention just a few:

• Online Interactions
• Fake Profiles & Social Bots
• Online Bullying
• Online Grooming
• Live Streaming
• Online Identity
• Screen Addiction
• Online Challenges
• Overspending
• Social Media Platforms
• Age Inappropriate Content
• Copyright & Ownership
• Hacking
• Fake News
• Online Fraud
• Online Reputation
• Personal Data
• Targeted Adverts & Pop-Ups
• Games & Trends

To create your account, please check our Class Dojo for information or ask the school for details.


The sites also listed below are worth visiting to find out more about internet safety and the safe use of developing technologies.

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Your guide to the social networks that your children use.


Has someone done something online that has made you or a child or young person you know, feel worried or unsafe?

A Parents Guide to Technology from the UK Safer Internet Centre

NSPCC online safety

Helpful advice and tools you can use to keep your child safe online

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Cyberbulling support and advice from the Cybersmile Foundation

The primary children's section of the Childnet website

The parent's section of the Childnet website

Awareness and understanding of what digital citizenship is from Digizen

 How to setup Parental Controls from the UK Safer Internet Centre


Google's advice to help protect your family online

YouTube's Safety Centre