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Keeping Myself Safe

On this page you will find useful information and websites to support you while online. Remember, as well as the support found on this page, you can also talk to a trusted adult, such as a parent or teacher.

Keeping Myself Safe Online

Please click on the images below to find safety cards for different apps available online, including age rating and privacy settings. 

Three Year 6 pupils went to Cardinal Newman Catholic High School to learn about Internet Safety Day. They shared this presentation with the rest of the school in an assembly about staying safe online. 

Walking to and from school safely

We have received some information from the Local Authority about children walking to and from school safely which we would like to share with you. We hope this helps to keep your children safe whilst they are travelling to and from school, especially if they travel to and from school unaccompanied.

Speak Out, Stay Safe Photos


Talk PANTS helps children understand that your body belongs to them, and they should tell someone you trust if anything makes you feel upset or worried. Below is a guide from the NSPCC about keeping yourself safe and speaking out.


If you have been a victim of sexual online abuse or you're worried this is happening to someone you know, you can report by clicking on the image below. If you feel that you can, try to also talk to a trusted adult. CEOP are there  to help and give you advice, and you can make a report directly to them if something has happened online which has made you feel unsafe, scared or worried. This might be from someone you know in real life, or someone you have only ever met online.


What Is A Concern And How To Report It

Read this policy to find out all about peer-on-peer abuse. 

Follow these steps if you have a concern. 

1. Speak to an adult.

2. Put a message in your class Thoughts and Feelings Box.

3. Y5/Y6 use a yellow concern card. 

4. Email the confidential email address. 

Keeping Safe on your bike

Year 5 and Year 6 have been learning how to stay safe when they are riding their bikes. 


Childline is a charity which was started in 1986 by Esther Rantzen. The charity helps any young person in the UK who is under 19. They can help with anything – from abuse and bullying to exam stress and relationships. Calling Childline is free and doesn’t show up on the phone bill. In 2006 Childline joined the NSPCC to help even more young people.

All counsellors are trained staff and volunteers. They're real people who want to support you with any issue you’re facing. They're trained but they don't follow a script. If you want to, you can ask them their name.

Please click the image below to access their website. If you want to talk to someone at Childline, ring 0800 1111.



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