Broseley primary School consider e-safety a vital life skill.  It is taught as part of the computing curriculum. We also provide information to parents in order to reinforce these messages at home. We have built a collection of useful documents and websites for parents to support them in keeping their children safe online. We also have a number of policies to keep children safe, please see our policies and procedures section.
If you have concern about your child's safety online, please contact CEOP (Child Exploitation and Online Protection centre).
If you find additional resources that you think would be useful to share, please contact us and we will be happy to share it.
​Please note: the school cannot be held responsible for the content of external sites.
Advice from the NSPCC
There is a wealth of advice about keeping safe online from the NSPCC. The NSPCC site includes details of a telephone hotline to get advice on a whole range of e-safety issues.
At Broseley school, we empower our children at an early age with the knowledge to safeguard themselves and their personal information. Equally we feel it is important to empower adults, particularly parents, with the right information so that they can identify risky behaviour, or mitigate the possibility. 
Within this section you will find useful links to assist you and your child on all aspects of e-safety.

View our E-Safety Policy Internet Matters AdviceCEOP Internet Safety AdviceNSPCC Internet AdviceBBC Own ITThink you Know Website