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Cedars Primary School

Respect, Honesty, Kindness, Pride, Ambition

E-Safety Update and Links

Online Safety Advice for Parents and Children

Being online is a part of all of our lives. It can help us to keep in touch with our friends and support us with our education.


At Cedars Primary School, we have an environment in which children are encouraged to ask questions and discuss the benefits and dangers of the online world. Children know that they can talk to their teachers or other adults in school if they have any worries and know that these concerns will be acted upon. 


This page has information and resources to help children, parents and families to stay safe online.



If you or anyone you know is worried about Child Exploitation, Online Protection or anything related to Internet safety please click the link below which will take you to the CEOP reporting website:


Cedars E-Safety Policy including Sexting and Breach Protocol

Each year in February, we take part in Safer Internet Day.  We follow the 'Themed' day by participating in activities to help us keep safe when using the internet.


Why not have a look at this clip:


Look at the work children produced to celebrate this day....




EYFS/KS1 Safer Internet Day Children's Work...

KS2 Safer Internet Day Learning...

Information for Parents

Thinkuknow. Parent and carers guide to sharing images (Primary)

This video looks at why children like sharing pictures and videos, what the risks are, and what parents and carers can do to help their child share safely.

Criticism and Empathy Online

Still image for this video

Why not create a Family Online Agreement? Here is a template...

Online Safety Tips

Are you old enough?

Parenting in a Digital World