Online Safety

Here at Oakwood School we promote a whole school approach to Online safety that can help involve staff, parents and pupils in keeping children and young people safe online.

SWGfL Report Harmful Content

Report Harmful Content Button 

The report harmful content button is a new process of helping users report legal but harmful content wherever they go online. We want to help stop the spread of harmful online content. If content is legal, that doesn't mean it isn't offensive. Despite this, people should not be victim to harmful material online! 

Useful information can be found in the links below to help with understanding Online safety:

UksaferinetrnetUK Safer Internet Centre

Tips, advice and resources to help children have a safe and positive time online

                    The Breck Foundation

ThebreckfoundationTraining for parents, pupils and teachers

NspccNSPCC Share Aware

Resources for parents and teachers

                     Net Aware

Net aware  Up to date guidance on social media sites and apps


     ChildlineInformation and advice service for children and young people

 Ceop CEOP

  Reporting and recording concerns


 CEOP website for pupils - games and activities to promote online safety


Pegi Detailed recommendations regarding age suitability of game content

Ofsted Ofsted blog on tes

  Latest Ofsted information about its work and findings

                    National Online Safety   

NosSpecialists in online safety training for schools



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