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Adding parental controls to a variety of devices 

At Cranmore we take the issue of Internet Safety very seriously and on these pages you will find information that will support you as parents/guardians.

The internet is a fantastic resource, but it can also bring risks. We work with our pupils in school to help them understand the dangers and learn how to keep themselves safe.

Safer Internet Day 2022 - Virtual Assembly for 7-11s

Safer Internet Day 2022 will be celebrated on February 8th with the theme 'All fun and games? Exploring respect and relationships online'. Parents and carers...

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Vodafone Digital Parenting Magazine

This useful emagazine can be found by following the link below:

Click Clever Click Safe

The ‘Click Clever Click Safe’ strategy for keeping children safe online has been developed by the UK Council for Child Internet Safety (UKCCIS).

Information on the Click Clever Click Safe strategy can be accessed on the nidirect website

Internet awareness for parents and carers

By promoting Internet safety at home, parents and carers can help to reinforce the messages taught in school and help to equip their children with the skills needed to use technology safely, especially where the filtering and firewalls on C2k systems in schools are not available.

Parents and carers are advised to:

  • discuss with their children the rules for using the Internet and decide together when, how long, and what comprises appropriate use
  • get to know the sites their children visit, and talk to them about what they are learning
  • ensure that they give their agreement before their children give out personal identifying information in any electronic communication on the Internet, such as a picture, an address, a phone number, the school name, or financial information such as credit card or bank details. In this way they can protect their children (and themselves) from unwanted or unacceptable overtures from strangers, from unplanned expenditure and from fraud
  • encourage their children not to respond to any unwelcome, unpleasant or abusive messages, and to tell them if they receive any such messages or images

For comprehensive advice for parents on computers, internet and safety, see the nidirect website


The CEOP  (Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre) logo pictured here is on a lot of social networking sites.  It is the Advice, Help and Report button.  Clicking on it will take you to their website, where you can easily follow links for help if you are a parent or child. It is excellent, so please try it now!

Lee and Kim KS1 Curriculum eSafety material

KS1/KS2 - eSafety Curriculum exemplar material from CEOP

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