A free downloadable magazine offers tips and advice to parents who want to keep their child safe online.  Check out the latest information on Fortnite or risk-taking online to name but a few...

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E-Safety Day

'Create, connect and share respect

a better internet starts with you'

Hazelmere have spent the day learning to keep safe online:  every child made a pledge to do something positive online, a whole school assembly encouraged everyone to make positive choices when online and the digital leaders performed a small play to show how thoughtlessly sharing information can be unkind and hurtful.

A great day was had by all and we hope that everyone will be more aware of online dangers and how to keep themselves safe.


We have recently had requests from a number of schools regarding information on two new social media apps children have been using.

CEOP has produced new parent guides for both Musical.ly and YouNow and they are now available


Please make sure your child stays safe when using the internet.  The following websites will give you up to date information.





Keep your child safe booklet - Advice for parents

 keep your child safe

Thank you to all those parents that attended our annual 'E-Safety' afternoon, we hope you found it useful and have taken away ideas and information to help you keep your family safe online.  If you missed it, look out for the next opportunity to join us.  In the meantime, download the booklet above which will offer you a variety of different ways to ensure your child is safe every-time they access the internet.