Staying safe online...

Our own school community eSafety campaign is called ResponsibleIT. It keeps parents and carers, and members of the wider school community up to date with help and advice for staying safe online. Why not join us? Go to Twitter and search for @berkswellschool

We also have a 'Report eSafety Concern' panic button on our homepage for use by children who wish to report anything they are worried about when online, be it nasty emails, inappropriate content, contact from strangers etc. This is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. 

Read more by looking at our launch poster here 

How SMART are you?

E-Safety: some helpful advice 

Supporting young people online.pdf
Apps and Websites Parents should know about.pdf
SMBC Esafety Toolkit for Parent and Carers: Software for Parental Controls.pdf
Official guidance on social media.pdf
Parents guide to-Twitter.pdf
Faceboook checklist.pdf
Parents guide to Instagram.pdf
Good Gaming Guide.pdf
Internet Safety: Keeping up with the children.pdf

Useful E-safety Websites for Parents
Getsafeonline 6-9

Useful E-Safety Websites for Children


Who do you share your details with?

Adventures of Lee and Kim (KS1)

Jigsaw (KS2)

Safer Internet Day 2019
Safer Internet Day 


As well as our 'Report E-safety concern' panic button on our homepage, you can report online abuse directly to CEOP by clicking the link above.  CEOP (Child Exploitation and Online  Protection) works with child protection partners across the UK and overseas to identify main threats to children and co-ordinates activity against these threats and bring offenders to account.  CEOP protects children from harm online and offline, directly through National Crime Agency led operations and in partnership with local and international agencies.