Online safety is a key part of the curriculum at Hutton Grammar School. All students, staff and parents are expected to sign up to our acceptable use policy as part of our commitment to keeping safe online. The videos below are provided by the UK Safer Internet Centre and South West Grid for Learning and are designed as an introduction to online safety for parents.
The presentation below is shown to parents at the Year 7 Settling In Evening and outlines some of the issues that students will cover as part of their online safety education.
You can visit any of the following links or download the leaflets for further information about how to help keep your child safe online.
Childnet International is a non-profit organisation which works to help make the internet a safe place for children. They have advice and resources to help parents and young people
The Parent Zone, a website offering support and advice to parents, have developed a programme called Parenting in the Digital Age.
UK Council for Child Internet Safety brings together representatives from government, industry and charities to work together for safety online
Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (CEOP) provide advice about internet safety and a way to report to the police if you think a child may be in danger online.
Vodafone Digital Parenting Magazine brings together advice and information from e-safety experts and also provides other useful links and sources of information.