Online Safety

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What to do if you are worried about yourself OR a friend OR your child:

  1. ​Tell your Form Tutor OR Head Of Year
  2. Click the report it button above and make a report / get further advice from the CEOP Safety Centre


The report button applies to any kind of internet based abuse, sexual harassment or illegal website. It can be used if you think a friend or another child is putting themselves at risk of harm. For any other issue that is making you feel uncomfortable tell your form tutor or Head of Year or another trusted adult.

Every year Heathfield Community College joins the global Safer Internet Day campaign to promote the safe and responsible use of technology.

To celebrate the day, we provided information and advice to students throughout the week in assemblies as well as activities for students to participate in during Form time. We also joined the social media campaign on Twitter.


The full Online Safety Policy is available by clicking here.

Click here for Student Code of Conduct.


Thinkuknow. An Introduction to Parents and Carers


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Useful Links

Follow the links below for other information that you need

ceop thinkuknow safety  parentzone

Reporting Online
Abuse

The Think You Know
Information
and Advice website

The Know IT All
Information
and Advice website

 Parent Info from CEOP
and The Parent Zone

Unsafe Apps for Young People

   

FamiSafe – Most Dangerous Apps for Kids

Dangerous Apps Parents should know about

 

 

Social Media Parental Guides

Online Safety Issues – Parents Guides

 


 

Online Safety Quick Links: