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      What is Online Safety?    
Children have more access than ever before, at school and at home, to many types of internet communication. It might be researching a topic for homework, using Moshi Monsters on the computer, using an app on an I-pad or playing computer games with friends through a X-Box or Wii. Online safety involves making sure that our children know the advantages and disadvantages of using this technology and that they become safe, respectful and responsible users of it. We are encouraging our pupils to become Super Digital Citizens!




Click here to report an e-safety incident to CEOP. 


Here at Sellindge we have two different sets of Online safety rules, please feel free to download these to display at home...
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Internet Acceptable Use Policy (Feb 2016)

Parents Letter and Acceptable Use Policy

How to set up filters on your home internet to help prevent age inappropriate content being accessed on devices in your home. 

You may like to take a look at the interactive guide to parental controls available from Internet Matters: https://www.internetmatters.org/parental-controls/interactive-guide/

Or click here to view video guides to help you to download and set-up the controls offered by the four main internet providers. If your internet provider isn't listed then contact them for more information. 


Here are some of the websites that we have really enjoyed using at school.


Hectors World


This is a fantastic site for Hedgehogs and Otters and the children have really enjoyed watching and talking about the mini e-safety movies.


The Password Rap


The children have used this to find out more about strong passwords.

Here are some of the websites you might find useful at home.

Internet Matters


This is a free web site aimed at parents and links to many other excellent resources.


Think you know

This is a brilliant portal for children and parents alike.


Digital Parenting Magazine

This is an on-line magazine that is full of top tips and really useful “How to” guides.





CEOP Command (formerly the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre) works with child protection partners across the UK and overseas to identify the main threats to children and coordinates activity against these threats to bring offenders to account. You can report incidents here.