Shelley Primary School


E-Safety encompasses a number of areas and devices and if you are not familiar with technology this can seem daunting.  Please remember that there is a lot of help out there for parents and carers - we have listed some useful resources below.  If you have any specific concerns, please contact the school office and we will do our best to support you.

Please see below for the most recent advice published by West Sussex for parents and carers to encourage your children to have a safe summer online

PDF icon Safe summer holiday online

 Information Sheets

E-Safety Parents Info sheet

Parent Tech Briefing ipad

Windows 7 Parental Controls

Report Content to the Internet Watch Foundation

Set up Facebook Privacy Controls

Set up Google Safe Search

Set up Parental Controls on the XBox 360

Set up You Tube Safety mode

How to set up Parental Controls on Android Phones

How to set up Parental Controls on iPhones

Parental Controls - Apple guided access

Online Safety and Gaming

Information Commissioner's Office - Online Children's Code

10 tips to help keep your child safe online

Your child's screen time - Parent Guide



 Information about apps

PDF icon Safety Card: TikTok

PDF icon Safety Card: Snapchat

PDF icon Safety Card: Instagram

 Keeping your child safe online

Netaware is a partnership between the NSPCC and O2, to provide parents and carers with information and advice regarding online issues, such as social media sites and gaming. It provides regular updates on any issues that may have recently arisen and affect young people online.

Please use the link below to access their site.

Web icon Netaware

Click on the CEOP button below if you are worried about online sexual abuse or the way someone has been communicating with you online.



Websites for further research

UK Council for Child Internet Safety (UKCCIS):

Child Expolitation and Online Protection Centre (CEOP):

UK Safer Internet Centre:

Childnet International:

SWGfL (South West Grid for Learning):