Being Safe Online


We know that in the modern world online safety is a huge concern. At Lyndhurst online safety is taught via our Computing and PSHE curriculums.

You can see our online safety coverage below.

We know that as parents supporting your child to be safe online can be very hard. The National Online Safety website has a variety of easy to use guides that we recommend parents view.

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What should I do if I think my child is being targeted online?

The first step you should take is to use the site's reporting function to report the behaviour. We recommend you let the class teacher know so that they are aware and can support. If the behaviour involves another pupil from school than please let your class teacher know so that we can manage the communication between parents.

What should I do if I am worried about my child's online safety?

There are many charities and organisations who can support you with practical tips for ensuring your home set up protects your child. You can also speak to your class teacher who will be able to help and direct you to suitable resources.