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Safety is our priority and I hope you are all keeping well. If you have any worries r concerns and just need to let someone know so they can try and help we are here

Online Safety

Top tips for using technology safely:

  • Think before you post - content posted online can last forever and can be shared by others
  • Always lock down your social network settings: how to change your Twitter and Facebook settings 
  • Always report it - if something happens that upsets you online, it is never too late to tell someone.
  • Respect the law - access music, films and TV through official sites to ensure you are not breaking the law.

Always remember to speak to a trusted adult if you worried or concerned about an issue, these may include:

  • A Pastoral Support Officer
  • Head of House
  • Progress Tutor

For further help and support you can access:

  • CEOP - If you have been a victim of online abuse or you're worried about somebody else 
  • - What to do if you're being bullied on a social network
  • Childline - Online safety guide
  • NSPCC - the UK's leading children’s charity
  • MIND - The Mental Health Charity
  • Young Minds - Children and Young Peoples mental health charity