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Sugar Hill Primary School

'Learning and Growing Together'


Online Safety Information for Parents

Are you SMART on the Internet?

The internet is a wonderful place, full of new ideas and experiences, but we all know that it has its own, unique set of dangers, especially to children.

In our school, children are always under supervision when they are using the internet, our staff have had e-safety training and our network has a number of e-safety measures permanently in place - this may not be the case at home.

This section of the website is all about making sure you, as parents, have access to all the information, help and advice you need to help ensure that your children are safe on the internet at home - and that you don't feel left out in the dark.

Follow the links below to direct you to useful Online Safety websites

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 We have recently formed a group of eCadets in our school. Their role is to help to keep their peers safe online by educating them about dangers online and supporting them with any problems they may come across.

Durham Constabulary 

Are you aware of what your child does online? Click on the image to the left for information and advice from Durham Constabulary. 


Video Games Advice

Children love to play video games, but there are some risks involved. Click on the image to the left for advice on safe gaming and PEGI ratings. 


The parents section of the Kidsmart website, ran by Childnet International.  Lots of valuable information and resources.

Childnet International

A non-profit organisation working with others to “help make the Internet a great and safe place for children”.
This website gives news and background to Childnet’s work and serves as a portal to Childnet’s award-winning projects

Know It All - Parents

A programme of e-safety training, help and resources for parents, as well as children, teachers and volunteers.


Think u know - Parents

Thinkuknow is delivered by the National Crime Agency's CEOP. It has lots of useful information and advice alongside activities for children. There is also a direct link to report a concern to CEOP.

NSPCC Online Safety

NSPCC have teamed up with O2 to help you keep children safe when they're using the internet, social networks, apps, games and more. There are also links to the 'Share Aware' videos which can be shown to children.

Online Safety News

If you are concerned or worried about something that has happened or is happening online, click on this link.

Click on any of the links below to download Online Safety advice and information leaflets