The Vision At Danemill Primary School

To create e-confident learners:

  • Who are able to find, access and process information.

  • Who have the skills to choose and use technology efficiently and adapt their skills to meet the challenge of new technologies.

  • Who can use a range of technologies to communicate effectively and appropriately.

Children at Danemill Primary School use the Internet on a regular basis as an integral part of their learning. In school, we have regular eSafety activities to remind children of the importance of keeping themselves safe online.

In our changing world, children are ever more exposed to a variety of different media and information. Increasing provision of the Internet both in and out of school brings with it the need to ensure our learners are safe!

Here are some tips and useful links to help you to keep your children safe online:

Please see below a list of extremely useful guides from the National Online Safety about specific relevant topics:

Top Ten Tips

Age Ratings

Among Us

Android Parental Guide

Children With New Devices

Express Yourself Safely Online

Gaming Disorder

iPhone Parental Control

League Of Legends

Mental Health Conversation Starters

Rec Room

Remote Education Tips


Signal Guide


Tik Tok

Wellbeing During Isolation

WhatsApp Guide

National Online Safety App Guidance

Safer Search Engines

  • Kidtopia - Kidtopia is a Google custom student safe search engine for preschool and LKS2 students, indexing only educator approved web sites
  • Kiddle - is a visual search engine for kids powered by Google, offering safe kids web, image, and video search. Results are vetted by editors
  • Kids Search-is a Safe Search Engine for children. They offer kid friendly links through their directory and each site is peer reviewed for appropriate content, usefulness and fun
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