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It is very important that children are aware of E-safety.  At Eglinton we provide you with the appropriate skills to keep you safe when you are online.  You also have a responsibility to keep yourself safe whilst online and be aware of the dangers and risks, whether at school or home.

For further help and guidance on keeping safe while using the internet, please read the SMART advice below, and also click on the images for more advice.

Has something happened online that has made you feel worried or unsafe?

Click on the CEOP logo below to contact one of CEOP's Child Protection Advisors  



Keep safe by being careful not to give out personal information such as your email address, phone number or password.


Don't arrange a meeting with someone you have only talked to online.


Accepting messages or opening files from people you don't know can cause problems - they may contain viruses.


Information on the Internet is not always reliable. Also, people sometimes lie about who they are.


Tell a parent, carer or an adult you trust if someone makes you feel uncomfortable or worried, or if someone you know is being bullied online.



Eglinton Acceptable Use Policy – Click here

Keeping Your Child Safe Online