Resources For Parents

Resources for Parents CEOP can help and protect you. If someone has acted inappropriately online towards you or someone you know, you can report it directly to CEOP.

E-Safety Information for Parents/Guardians

There are a plethora of excellent resources available for parents regarding E-Safety. We have included some of the better options below. Please contact Mr Cracknell in the school office if you have found something that may be worth sharing with other parents. A digital version of the magazine we send home which covers a wide range of E-Safety topics. A must-read!! The same company responsible for the Digital Parenting Magazine also run The Parent’s Zone site. is a website run by Parent Zone aimed at older children’s parents primarily with topics ranging from ‘Selfies’, ‘Vlogging’ and Under 13’s using Social Media. It has a wealth of information aimed at building young people’s resilience and keeping parents up to date. CEOP Command.
A hub for resources about safeguarding children including CEOP’s reporting tool (link and logo above) CEOP Command (formerly ‘Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre’) run this site with information about E-Safety and reporting tools. A website that can be visited with your child with fun games and information about E-Safety. A more child friendly platform which teaches E-Safety using recognisable characters from the CBBC franchises. As with the BBC site, another child friendly platfrom, using cartoons to provide information about E-Safety. Leaflet written by Kent Safeguarding Children Board. “Keep Your Children Safe Online” NSPCC Information regarding E-Safety. More specifically for social networks, apps and games St Christopher’s School uses the Safer Internet Day event to highlight the importance of E-Safety and improving the communication of this to Staff, Parents and Pupils. A brilliant resource for Parents geared mainly toward E-Safety although other issues are covered. In addition visit to order the Digital Parenting magazine which is a brilliant E-Safety resource which is also available from the school office.

Anti-Bullying Resources for Parents/Guardians St Christopher’s School uses the ‘Anti-Bullying Week’ event (run by the Anti-Bullying Alliance) to highlight the importance of our anti-bullying stance and improve communications with parents, pupils and staff about our efforts to prevent and combat bullying in all its forms. This national charity has long been a stalwart for information on bullying in all its forms aswell as a wide range of issues regarding safeguarding of children.