The Child Exploitation Online Protection (CEOP) website is a police agency tackling child abuse on the internet.

eSafety Useful Links


The links on this page are designed to support you in helping your children stay as safe as they can be when using technology, including the Internet.

Click on the icons to access useful links.

The Internet Watch Foundation website is the UK’s hotline for reporting illegal content found on the Internet.

Parental Controls

This tool will help you understand how to set parental controls and all the main devices and websites your children use.

Snapchat Snap Maps

Guidance regarding the new Snapchat map feature.

UK Safer Internet Centre - Need help? This webpage contains information about what to do if a child comes to you for help and advice about how to report online concerns such as cyberbullying, inappropriate content or illegal behaviour.


Find out more about cyber bullying, grooming, sharing personal information, etc.

Stay Safe on Social Networks

Share Aware - Help your child stay safe on social networks, apps and games.

Stay Safe on Social Networks

This website provides handy practical guides on how to use social networks safely.

Stay Safe on Social Networks

Social media tips for parents.

Online Safety

Get lots of useful information and advice for your family.

Parental Controls

Tools and tips to keep online safe.

Technology is now an essential part of modern life. At St Stephen's C of E Primary School we believe that enabling pupils to understand and apply ICT/e-Learning is vital for their ability to function as individuals in this modern technologically based society. The school has a duty to provide pupils with quality technology as part of their learning.


St Stephen's offers a curriculum that is enhanced by integrating ICT across all subject areas, promoting enjoyment, a personal sense of fulfilment, achievement and the life skills that will help our children thrive in the 21st Century.

As the uses of online technological resources grow, so has the awareness of risks and potential dangers which arise from their use. St Stephen's aims to prepare its learners to be able to thrive and survive in this complex digital world. As part of the Every Child Matters agenda schools have a duty to ensure that the children in their care are safe and educate them in ways of staying safe.

By placing children, young people and families at the heart of our e-strategy, we recognise that learners must have the skills to keep themselves safe in the digital world. This follows the main educational recommendations of the Byron Report (2008) which advises that:

"In all schools, action is taken at a whole-school level to ensure that e-safety is mainstreamed throughout the school's teaching, learning and other practices."

"100% of schools should have Acceptable Use Policies that are regularly reviewed, monitored and agreed with parents and students."

At St Stephen's Primary School there are two main approaches to achieving e-safety:

  • Dealing with the “here and now”: informing and making children, young people and their families aware of the benefits and also the potential dangers of working online.

  • Building learning opportunities to develop children and young people as safe and e-confident learners, enabling their families to understand and support them in this area of their lives.


Please click here to view information about the MOMO challenge.


Useful Articles
How to Report

Online Safety 

Lucy and the Boy – Be Share Aware.

Online Safety 

Expert information to help children and young people stay safe online, for schools to host on their own websites.


Find out more about cyber bullying & prevention.

Online & Mobile Safety

Find out more about cyber bullying & prevention.

Online Safety

A guide to internet safety and safe surfing.

Online Safety 

Helping parents and guardians understand the digital world their children live in.