Online Safety

Online safety is important to us here at Bradstow School. The three core ways in which we promote safe use is via.

  • Use of technology - In the form of but not limited to internet content filtering, and secure filtered email services, protecting personal data, anonymised student email, managed internet content, restricted access to social media.
  • Policies and practices - All staff are inducted and trained in Online Safety and in the acceptable use of ICT equipment.

Online Safety policy

  • Education and training - Staff are made aware of their responsibilities to keep young people safe online, through training sessions using materials such as this:

Staff Online Safety Training

  • Online safety resources are available for parents and carers to access online from home. Children and young people have access to the E-Safety materials contained within the computing package provided by the online resource - Education City. Children and Young people are taught key values regarding online safety which are reinforced by posters that can be found throughout the school.

Here are just a few examples : 

Online Safety

Online Safety

Online Safety

Online Safety



On Friday the 10th of June we held an assembly where online safety was promoted. The ICT coordinator gave an interactive presentation to the children and young people of Bradstow School on the importance of staying safe whilst online. The presentation is now available for classes and homes to use freely to encourage safe internet use.

Please click below to see the slides from the presentation.

Online Safety Assembly | Power Point Presentation  

Child Safety on YouTube

The factsheet link below gives useful advice to parents/carers on YouTube and how to help ensure children and young people in their care stay as safe as possible:

Parent Factsheet | Child Safety On YouTube


Vodafone Digital Parenting Magazine

Vodafone produce an annual digital parenting magazine available for free online.  

The latest issue includes articles about cyberbullying, sexting and extremism. It brings together advice from academics, psychologists and other experts to help keep young people safe in the digital world.

The current issue is available to be read online here.

Vodafone Digital Parenting


Online Safety Links

Want to learn more about Online Safety? 

Please click on the links below to access recommended Online Safety resources:

The Ultimate Parent Guide for Protecting Your Child on the Internet

TALK: IWF - checklist to keep young people safe from online abuse

Parent Info

Childnet International


LGFL Online Safety Resources


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