This page is dedicated to helping the whole family stay safe online, using mobile devices safely and understanding apps.

At KNGS we teach our pupils how to use modern technologies appropriately to support their learning across the curriculum and general ‘e-safety’. The internet can provide a world of opportunities to those who use it securely and safely. It is essential that pupils learn how to keep themselves safe whilst using the internet.

Whilst pupils are using technologies at school there is a variety of software that runs in the background, designed to help keep students safe, such as filters and keystroke monitoring software.

Parents and carers must also understand the importance they play in keeping their child/children safe in their use of online safety. Below you will find links and their parents for both parents/carers as well as pupils about how to keep safe on the internet.

All round websites for learning how to keep your child safe online and what they can do, and reporting anything you are concerned about is the NSPCC and Childline.

To help you further we have put together a KNGS e-safety booklet. Please download our e-safety booklet, find tips to staying safe online, find useful resources and links to websites dedicated to keeping safe online, as well as some useful downloads.

This a useful document dedicated to parental controls and website blocking


Worried about: Online sexual abuse, sexual harassment or the way someone has been communicating with you online?

You can contact the Child Exploitation and Online Protection command to report online concerns.

  • We still recommend telling a staff member so we support either with the safeguarding aspect or with the emotional support.
  • CEOP also run the Thinkuknow website, with sections for children and parents
  • If you would like to know more about how to teach your child to stay safe online you can also visit Childnet or Internet Matters which contains guides to staying safe on popular websites and apps like Instagram, Snapchat, Facebook and Roblox.

Safeguarding Bulletins and Parent Guides

Sometimes online concerns arise that are new to use or not covered in other resources. These will be sent electronically to parents as a ‘safeguarding bulletin’. Previous bulletins can be found below.