The internet is an essential way to discover, create and connect with people. Whether on a computer at school, a laptop/tablet at home, a games console or mobile phone, children and young people are increasingly accessing the internet whenever they can and wherever they are, it is now a major part of their life especially their social lives.
At Lynn Grove we teach E-safety within our PHSE curriculum and also have dedicated E-safety assemblies. We aim to educate our learners so that they understand the risks and can make sensible and informed choices online; allowing them to make most of the internet and stay safe whilst doing so. On this section of our website you can find suggestions about where to find useful information. Please use these to look at some of the ways you can support your children with using the internet and modern day communication.
Child Exploitation and Online Protective Centre
This website from, from the Child Exploitation and Online Protective Centre, has a section dedicated to parents with lots of useful advice. The Parent section of the site is very useful as you can download helpful resources.
This website, from ChildNet International, gives some useful advice on social networking.
Get Safe On-Line
This website encourages everyone to take some time out to learn more about internet safety and to make sure that their computer is properly protected. It has lots of useful tips about online shopping and identity theft.
NSPCC Advice for Parents
The NSPCC website has a section for parents with advice on Internet safety.
A site from Ofcom offering advice on how to keep children safe when using location based services on mobile phones. This site is also provides advice and guidance on using parental control settings on mobile phones. This site can help you find information to help keep children safe online when using a mobile phone.
What is Sexting?
Sexting is when someone sends or receives a sexually explicit text, image or video on their mobile phone, usually in a text message. Find out how you can stay in control and what to do if a photo has fallen into the wrong hands.
Strictly Necessary Cookies
Strictly Necessary Cookie should be enabled at all times so that we can save your preferences for cookie settings.
If you disable this cookie, we will not be able to save your preferences. This means that every time you visit this website you will need to enable or disable cookies again.