We all know the internet can be a great place, and it’s important for us to prepare our young people properly for the future. At school there are tight controls on what our children can access on the internet, and we teach e-safety alongside our computing and STEM curricula.

If you need to report an incident regarding E-safety to the Police please use the CEOP button below.

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If you have any concerns regarding safeguarding please email: safeguarding@leavalley.haringey.sch.uk

Useful Information

We realise that this close supervision of internet use is much harder to do at home, so here are some useful sites to help with guides for parents and helpful tips and advice on what you can do to help keep your children safe when they are using the internet at home.

A fantastic hub of information all related to promoting safe and fun technology usage, with how-to-guides for setting up filtering on your home internet, and specific strategies for the devices your child has access to such as tablets, smart phones and games consoles.

Advice and guidance on safe use of the internet including regularly updated “hot topics”. Good for up-to-date knowledge.

Parent Info is a free service for schools which offers expert information and advice for parents, to help keep them up to date with what their children are doing online, and understand how to help keep children and young people safe online. Parent Info is a collaboration between the Parent Zone and CEOP.

The official CEOP website with some great resources for parents and carers. Also go here if you have something to report directly to the Police relating to online issues and your child. You can also use the CEOP button found on this page to report an incident.

The links below are aimed at children and have great activities for them to do which will reinforce those important e-safety messages. Also watch the videos at the bottom of this page with your child for a fun introduction to e-safety topics.

Device Guides

Use these documents to find information on common digital devices your child may have access to.

If you have an issue related to e-safety which needs reporting, please visit the Child Exploitation and Online Protection (CEOP) by pressing this button

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