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'I praise You because You made me in an amazing and wonderful way.' Psalm 139 :14 ICB


Everyone at Seer Green CE School shares an objective to help keep children and young people safe especially online by contributing to:

  • Providing a safe environment for children and young people to learn in school
  • Identifying children and young people who are suffering or likely to suffer significant harm, and taking appropriate action with the aim of making sure they are kept safe both at home and in school.


For more information on E-Safety and Safeguarding please follow the link below to the CEOP website.

CEOP have a Facebook page with lots of up to date information, videos and blogs.

CEOP's latest online safety updates 


CEOP are continuing to deliver e-safety activity packs over the next couple of months. This week, all of their packs explore sharing images.


Alongside this they have released new videos for parents and carers exploring the positives and the risks of sharing images online and offering practical advice on:

  • What they can do to reduce risks and 
  • How they can seek help if they're concerned about an image that's been shared.



Screen time and boosting digital resilience

CEOPs surveys have shown that screen time has been a key concern for many parents and carers over the lockdown period.

However, high-quality screen time can offer opportunities for learning, staying connected and boosting digital resilience.  

Factsheets for Parents

Please use the pages below to view factsheets about subjects including parental controls, tech devices, social media and video games.

Child online safety during lockdown

Resources to use with different age groups at home

CEOP also have a website to help parents with new technology and mobile phone safety called thinkuknowThinkuknow is a great website to allow you and your children to learn about the safety of the internet, chat rooms, instant messaging (IM) and text messaging (SMS). It is separated into different areas by age range as well as sections for parent or carers and those working with children.


The UK Safer Internet Centre is full of tips and resources to help keep children and young people safe online.

Parent Info is a collaboration between CEOP and Parent Zone to provide high quality information to parents and carers about their children's wellbeing and resilience, especially regarding online and digital content.
The following page gives an easy to understand explanation of the video game rating system labels. You can also search the site for information on the rating of any game, it will tell you what rating the game has and a brief explanation of why (for more recent games).



The following links & documents give information about various other technologies.