Online Safety


Supporting carers and parents to stay safe online
Be cyber-smart
Be cyber-smart: tips to keep children safe online
Be cyber-smart: teenagers



This week our pupils have been learning how to keep safe.

Primary pupils have been accessing age appropriate games that encouraged through question and answer quizzes, debates on how to keep safe and how to respect others safety and privacy.

In secondary Warrington Police force came to deliver a presentation on CSE to ks3/4. The police through media and a question and answer session, tackled sensitive issues such as grooming, sexting, sexual choices and consent.

Pupils were made aware of where and how to get help if they needed to. Posters to be displayed around school.

For more information


Click here to download this online safety guide for parents poster from National Online Safety..


Click to download ‘Child Safety on Tic Tok: Parent Factsheet’.

Safer Internet Day 2019 – Tuesday 5th February

Today was a fun and informative day at Woolston Brook. We took part in Safer Internet Day.

We looked at the history of the internet, conducted research in the form of questionnaires about internet devices and usage.

We took part in scenarios and drama pieces and a whole school pupil voice activity of designing our own Safer internet poster.

We included our parents in our day with a parents questionnaire offering support where needed. We also discussed with community leaders at Penketh Baths and Community PCO opinions on Safety on the Internet.

National Online Safety

Free ‘conversation starter’ poster for schools to share with their parents & carers about online safety. The guide includes 7 questions to get ‘the conversation’ going in relation to their child’s internet usage. Engaging in regular, two-way communication with children about online activities is a really important way of building trust and highlighting the dangers they are exposed to every day.
Click here for the Face Book link
Click here for the Twitter link
National Online Safety
T: 0800 368 8061

FIFA Online Safety Guide for Parents

Click here to go to the download page.

Advice for parents – Online safety


Online Concerns

Internet Safety Warning – Omegle

Omegle is a virtual chat-room that video links you with random people all over the world. It’s slogan is ‘talk to strangers’.

Please talk to your children about what sites they are using and warn them of the dangers of talking to strangers online.

Omegle – Information for parents/carers document

Online dangers – Grooming The Breck Foundation


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