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Staying Safe On The Internet

NSPCC Childline

Childline has recently produced a short video for young people entitled “How do I know if I’m being groomed.”

The messages in this video are up to date and very relevant to children. It provides practical guidance and help to young people deal with the issue of an approach by another person for the purposes of sexual exploitation.


BBC Newsround Special 'Caught In The Web'

Caught In the Web is a programme produced by the BBC's children's news programme, Newsround. It is an engaging format combining animation and film, the programme tells the story of a young girl who gets in trouble when her actions in an online chat room bear consequences in the real world.

The BBC have kindly agreed to making this resource available. The link for this programme is as follows:


NEW CEOP RESOURCE: NUDE SELFIES: What Parents and Carers Need to Know

This is a series of four short animated films for parents and carers offering advice on how to help keep their children safe from the risks associated with sharing nude and nearly nude images.

The films aim to help parents and carers:

  • Understand young people's motivations for sending nude selfies.
  • Plan to respond positively and constructively to an incident in which their child has shared a nude selfie.
  • Gain confidence and skills in initiating preventative conversations.
  • Identify risky behaviours or situations and know where to seek help.
  • Know how to get help if a child is at risk after sharing an image.


They are based on research findings from the European Commission-funded SPIRTO (Self-Produced Images: Risk Taking Online) Project and include:

  • Film One: Understanding Why
  • Film Two: Talking to your child
  • Film Three: When should I be worried?
  • Film Four: How to get help

The films are based on a two-year qualitative investigation led by the University of Edinburgh in partnership with the University of Linköping (Sweden), Innocence in Danger (Germany) and the CEOP Command of the National Crime Agency


Site run by CEOP (the Child Exploitation Online Protection Centre) has a range of advice for children and young people of different ages.



The Prevent Tragedies website provides advice and guidance aimed at keeping people safe from being drawn into terrorist related activities 


Head Lice Information

Please see the leaflet below with the latest information on how to treat headlice.

Silent Solution 55

If you need to dial 999 for an emergency but you are unable to, or it is not safe to talk, the information below will explain what you can do.


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