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In an ever-changing world of technology, it is so important that we are aware of new apps and dangers that jeopardise children’s enjoyment of the internet and the online world. National Online Safety have a webpage that provides parents and carers with ‘platform guides’ to the very latest trends, explaining what they are, age restrictions and what can be done to keep children safe online.

National Online Safety Platform Guides




Please see below for useful information pages warning parents about ‘The Momo Challenge’- what it is and how to keep your child safe.


The Momo Factsheet for Parents

National Online Safety Guide to Momo




Please see below for a useful advice sheet about the online video game Fortnite and how to keep your child safe when playing.


National Online Safety: A Parents Guide to Fortnite

Parent Factsheet about how to keep your child safe on Fortnite

Childnet: A Parents Guide to Fortnite



Here’s a link to a useful guide for parents on protecting the privacy of their child online:



Snapchat have introduced a new feature called ‘Snap Map’which allows users to see where in the country their Snapchat contacts are, allowing users to zoom into a map and see the exact location of their friends.


Here is the latest advice for parents and carers published by Childnet International, a leading organisation for online safety:
Snap Map Advice Childnet


For more details about safer internet please click the link below:

Visit our Parent Zone/CEOP page, this provides you with all the latest articles from the Parent Zone and CEOP, which are regularly updated.

Useful Online Safety Information

The following websites are full of useful information:



Visit the age-appropriate related sites: 5-7s (Hector’s World), 8-10s (Cybercafe) or watch one of the films on the 11-16s site.


Useful video resources can be found at


h2bSafer Safety Centre – lots of very useful information about social media.



 Barwell C E Academy Online Safety Policy

Click here to view our current Online Safety Policy