On Line Safety First!


If something on-line has worried or upset you


you must tell an adult you trust as soon as possible


click the CEOP button to find out more



You should feel safe when you are on line. Make sure you ask an adult before you go on line.

The adult will be someone you know and trust. It could be a parent or guardian.

It might be an older brother or sister.







On-line safety

Are you missing out on free training?

The ABC Project is now running an e-Safety course. Each course is geared to a particular age group - Yr,4. Yr.5 and Yr.6. This programme is free for any school that already participates in the ABC Project.

The session, lasting one hour per year group, follows the NSPCC/CEOP 'Keeping Children Safe On Line' philosophy.

Here is a message for parents, guardians and carers about the benefits of understanding on-line safety and where to get advice.

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