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Cheriton Primary School


 If you have been a victim of sexual online abuse or you're worried this is happening to someone you know, you can report it on this site.



Children and young people can be groomed online or in the real world, by a stranger or by someone they know. If you're worried about a child, the NSPCC have advice to help which can be accessed via the link below

Digital Parenting Magazine- produced by Vodaphone, offering advice and information about keeping children safe in the digital world.

The Digital Parenting magazine is no longer available but their web site is an excellent source of information for parents.

Excellent advice on the subject of on-line bullying

Fortnight is an online game which has received a great deal of media attention. Below is an advice sheet to help parents to understand and limit the potential risks associated with this game.
The use of social media is widespread amongst pupils in primary schools despite a minimum age of 13 being stipulated by most providers. Below is a short leaflet which outlines the key issues.
Other useful sites providing support and guidance regarding online safety

Parents wishing to support their children in using the internet safely will find lots of very useful tips and information on this site.

Thinkuknow offer a range of information about keeping yourself or a child you   know safe from child sexual exploitation.


For 5 to 7 year olds go to:


For  8 to 10 year olds go to:


For 11 to 13 year olds go to:

Below, is a very well-written magazine on the theme of online safety. If you find it of interest, you are able to subscribe to receive new issues by following this link:


DITTO online safety magazine

A short video tour of the school is available to be viewed on the About Us page of this site.