The eSafety Office Shield


I provide simple resources for parents, teachers and other professionals to help them with online safeguarding and data protection.
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Parents' Resources

App Safety

Children like using apps. This leaflet gives parents greater understanding and support about their child downloading and using apps.

E-Safety Christmas

Are you buying a device for your child this Christmas? Here are some useful tips to ensure that you can help protect your child when using it.

New Year

It is never too late to begin your New Year's Resolutions! Here are some tips for children and parents about making sure there is a balance between tech and family time.

Screen Time

Children love using technology, however there needs to be a balance between using devices and engaging in other activities. This leaflet gives some advice on Screen Time.


YouTube is the most popular site for children to use, whether it be watching their favourite vlogger, laughing at cartoons on getting tips on their latest games. This leaflet gives some further advice about YouTube.


Online bullying can be devastating for children and young people. This leaflet helps parents understand the signs that their child may be being bullied on the internet and what they can do about it.

Internet Filtering

We never want our child to come across unsuitable content on the internet. This leaflet gives some advice about enabling filtering on their home broadband to minimise the chances of coming across unsuitable content.

Video Games

Video games are extremely popular in the UK whether on console, tablet or smartphone. This leaflet gives some advice about the PEGI rating system, so parents can choose games more carefully for their children.

Safe Selfies

Many devices now feature built-in cameras and children like using different apps to change their appearance. Here is some advice on how your children can take safe selfies.

Parental Controls

With households having many different devices, it can be difficult for parents to know how to set up parent controls. This simple guide looks at ways to restrict what their child can do on popular platforms.

Digital Family Time

A good way to explore technology is as a family and these simple tips help parents set ground rules on using devices and look at ways that children and parents can develop their digital skills.

Social Media

Teachers' Resources

Online Safety Staff Briefing

This 2019-20 online safety staff briefing gives a simple overview of the current issues that professionals working with children and young people need to know.


All staff working with children and young people need to be aware of the impact of cyberbullying. This leaflet gives some guidance about the different types of online bullying and supporting students who are being targeted by others.

Online Safety Advice for ITT Students

It is important that those entering or returning to the classroom have an understanding of online safety. This brief guide gives some simple tips for trainee teachers about e-safety and looking at their own online professionalism as they enter the profession.

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