Steeple Morden Church of England
E-Safety Policy (including acceptable use policy)
With the internet so accessible it’s important that young people can surf safely. With that in mind, we’ve put together a handful of the best sites that have content both for young people and for their teachers and parents or carers.
Zip it, block it, flag it
To help your enjoy the internet safely, the UK Council for Child Internet Safety (UKCCIS) has
developed the Click Clever, Click Safe code which has useful information for young people and for
Other websites of interest include Children's Kid Smart, where young people can play games
and test their internet safety, and teachers and parents can find all sorts of useful resources.
CBBC Stay Safe
Then there’s the BBC’s CBBC Stay Safe website which has a wealth of information and useful links
presented in a friendly and interactive way.
Think U Know
The Think U Know website is also worth taking a look at, with separate sites for 5-7, 8-10, 11-16 year
olds, as well as parents and teachers.
The NSPCC has a range of resources available to support families to stay safe online https://www.nspcc.org.uk/keeping-children-safe/online-safety/
UK Safer Internet Centre
Finally UK Safer Internet Centre website also has lots of resources for adults.