At Biggin Hill Primary Academy we take online safety very seriously and actively promote keeping children safe online through effective ICT practices, teaching and learning, and staff training.
If you need any advice please do not hesitate to come into school as we are always happy to help.
NSPCC has recently launched their Share Aware campaign – a campaign for parents of children aged 8-12 to help reassure you and give you everything you need to keep your child safe. Further information regarding the campaign can be found on the following links:
Further Information and Useful Links:
The links below will give you further advice and guidance on how to keep children safe when using technology including information around Stranger Danger. There is also a parents and carers check list which will help you set Facebook privacy controls, set up Google Safesearch and set parental controls in windows 7.
- Parents and Carers Checklist
- Online Safety Policy
- Guide to Keeping Safe Online
- Think U Know
- BBC – Top Tips for Staying Safe Online
- UK Safer Internet
- Report Harmful Content Online
- Netmums – Stranger Danger
- Protecting Children Against Radicalisation and Extremism
- Thats Nonsense
The Humberside Police and Crime Commissioner has launched a new home schooling resource to support parents, guardians and youth practitioners in raising awareness in grooming during the Covid-19 lockdown. Below are details about the resources.
- NIOC COVID-19 - To Parents Carers and Youth Engagement Professionals
- NIOC COVID-19 - Snapshot Overview
Meet our Online Safety Team
Miss KnightLead Practitioner for Computing, Online Safety and Data Protection and Trust Designated Safeguarding Lead
Mrs WilsonHead of School and Designated Safeguarding Lead
Mrs CutlerChair of Governors