Technology and Internet access open up a remarkable interactive world for children. But as with many technologies, children also need to be educated about and protected from the dangers.

Our E-Safety solutions support you in your legal duty of care and in meeting OFSTED’s recommendations.

Content Filtering & Monitoring

Content filtering blocks inappropriate content as standard, whilst a clever computer monitoring system can alert you if one of your pupils has viewed or done something that might be upsetting, worrying or harmful.

E-Safety Seminars

Yearly seminars educate, update and refresh your knowledge about how best to protect your pupils from risk as well as allow you the opportunity to discuss and ask questions about situations you may have already faced. Our training is led by a specialist from The Lucy Faithfull Foundation, a leading child protection charity.

Talk To Child Protection Professionals

If you have concerns to discuss and address, you can talk to a fully trained e-safety specialist for personalised advice.

Engage Parents – Safety At Home

E-safety isn’t just about what happens at school. Our E-Safety package also engages parents to reinforce the safety message at home as well.

Internet Bullying & Abusive Behaviour Monitoring

If a child puts themselves or others at risk, through bullying, swearing or abuse, you can be alerted by email about the situation and who is involved.

Support materials

We support our services with a variety of materials including an advice website, regular updates and emails.