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We are take part in Safer Internet Day each year.  Click on the picture below to find out more about this year's theme of 'Together for a Better Internet' and to find activities for children to try at home.




Advice for Parents

The following sites contain lots of information for parents, from the latest apps and websites children are using, to which settings on your children's device can be used to keep them safe online.



Parents of children at Bidston Avenue, are now able to access resources from National Online Safety.  The site includes online video resources and weekly guides covering topics from online relationships to hacking, online bullying and screen addiction.


Click here to visit the sign-up page to create an account.


Advice for Children

We make use of the following websites in school to help teach children about e-safety and acting responsibly online.





If you are worried about online abuse or the way someone has been communicating with your child, click on the CEOP button to make a report to one of CEOP's child protection advisors.




How do we teach e-safety at Bidston Avenue?


Children cover an aspect of e-safety each term during Computing lessons and at different points of the year through PSHE & C lessons.

Aspects of e-safety covered include:

  • Internet Safety Day (this takes place anually in February)
  • Cyberbullying
  • Privacy and security
  • Digital footprint and reputation
  • Information literacy
  • Self image and identity


Using the SMART rules to stay safe

We use the SMART rules in school to help teach children how to stay safe online.  Here is a copy of the poster that children will see all around school.