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This page is aimed at parents and carers and contains a wide range of useful resources, links, documents, videos and further guidance around the subject of keeping children and young people safe online. 


The online world changes at a fast rate and it can be difficult to keep up to date with the new apps, games and trends that your child will come across online. At Rivendell FHA, we include online safety lesson content during each computing lesson and inform parents of changes to online app updates and changes. 


Why does e-safety matter?


In 2022, the Internet Watch Foundation (IWF) saw a 60% increase in the number of images including children aged 7-10 years old. As ever-younger children become more tech-aware and active online, they become more vulnerable to grooming and abuse by strangers – even in their own bedrooms.


We have a duty to protect our children within our school and beyond our gates. Threats are ever- changing and increasing. 


Please read our e-safety policy for more detail on how we help to keep your child a happy and safe member of the online community. 


If you or someone you know would like to find out more about anything relating to online safety and your child, please get in touch with us at the school and we will ensure you are supported and informed. 


Digital parents

What are the most popular apps for kids and what is the best advice? Social media guides - UK Safer Internet Centre


'Our digital lives have never been more important than they are right now. Inextricably linked to everything we do, our phones, computers and tablets have been our lifeline since the pandemic struck.


Like so many parents, I have gone from worrying about my teenagers’ screen time and preoccupation with social media to wondering whether, perhaps, they were not spending enough of each day using their tech to stay linked to what really matters. Over the past year, digital technology has enabled us to keep in touch with grandparents and friends through quarantine, to pursue education from the kitchen table, and to work from home in ways we might never have thought possible. As lockdowns around the world saw a rise in domestic violence and depression due to isolation, social media helped people in the most difficult of circumstances to connect and ask for help.

Throughout this unprecedented time, technology has opened the door to a world of hope – from life-saving medical studies, to community building, to learning beyond the classroom' Helen Lamprell General Counsel & External Affairs Director Vodaphone. 


The digital parenting guides cover top tips and advice to help guide your family towards a safe and happy digital life. 



Worried about a child?


Whether a child tells you they are being abused or you have concerns based on other signs,
such as their behaviour, it’s important to act on your concerns. Trust your judgement and don’t wait until you’re certain.

Talk to a member of our school staff or head teacher straight away or call 0808 800 5000 for further advice and support. 

Family Lives provides help and support on all aspects of parenting and family life, and runs Parentline.
0808 800 2222

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