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Upcoming Safer Internet Day

8th February 2022

Staying safe is something we all need to be aware of at any age, whether it's crossing the road, driving a car or using the internet. The Internet is an amazing tool that impacts on our daily life so it's important that we educate our children to be aware of both the benefits and the dangers of the World Wide Web.  


Below you will find links to the resources used by each year group. These resources have either come from or and are age-appropriate.



Meet our Cyber Ambassadors! They have been trained by the Hampshire Police and Crime Commissioner to support with online safety in school!

Talking about the online world with your child can be difficult, and some topics can be particularly awkward; for you and your child! As a result of this, National Safety Online have put together a series of 7 questions that will help you start an initial conversation with your child, so you have a better understanding of what they do online and how you can protect them. Additionally, it’s important to note that regular conversations with your child about the Internet will help your child to build confidence when talking about online issues, and therefore help to build trust too.

Parent Guides (National Online Safety)

 Please see below information around the latest MOMO craze:

 Safer Internet Day 

Every year children across the Federation take part in Safer Internet Day. Each year the theme changes, for example, online wellbeing and digital resilience, together for a better internet and create, connect, share and respect. 


These days involve children being involved in assemblies and carrying out work in their classes to ensure that the message is understood. Information is also communicated with parents through newsletters and parent forums.