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Online Safety

At Woodsetton School, online safety is taught across the curriculum within our 4 Pathways.  The digital world is ever changing so it is very important that our pupils understand different ways of using technology safely and responsibly. We encourage our children to be SMART, by being kind, respectful and thinking about other people online.  Children learn ways to make the internet a better place by helping their friends if they are worried or upset by something that happens online.
Useful links to help pupils, parents and staff stay safe online:

Broadband & Mobile Network Parental Controls - Internet Matters - Broadband, mobile and WiFi providers offer filters to limit the inappropriate content a child might see. 

CEOP Education ( -The National Crime Agency's CEOP Education team aim to help protect children and young people from online child sexual abuse.

Childnet Online - Helpful information and guidance on a range of key online safety topics.

Homepage - UK Safer Internet Centre - The UK Safer Internet Centre (UKSIC), established in 2011, is a leading global partnership helping to make the internet a great and safe place for everyone.

Get SMART - Find out how you can be SMART with a heart and follow our top tips for using the internet safely and positively

Online Safety Training For Schools | National Online Safety ( - Browse through hundreds of courses, webinars and resources giving you the knowledge, skills and confidence to keep children safe online.

Keep Children Safe Online: Information, Advice, Support - Internet Matters - a website to help find information and safety settings for your child's devices and apps, along with guidance to tackle online issues they may face.

Click on a box below to learn more about what your child could be experiencing online and how to stay safe: