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Online Safety

#BeCybersmart - West Mercia Police Online Bullying Campaign

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West Mercia Police have released a campaign to help young people protect themselves from and handle cyberbullying. Please click the link below to find out more information on how to deal with cyberbullying.

Useful links and information

Useful e safety Links

top tips


CEOPYou will see this logo on many Social Networking Sites. You can click this link to report someone or something that has made you feel scared or uncomfortable on line.


This website will give you lots of advice on how to use the internet safely and responsibly.

Remember our  SMART Rules   smart

Mobile Phone Safety - a guide to keeping safe whilst using your mobile phone

The SMART rules - A link to the Kidsmart Website for internet safety.

Safe Online Gaming

Many games console games can now be played whilst connecting with others online. It is important to understand that whilst this can enhance your playing experience it is important to behave safely. The link below will provide some useful tips on staying safe while online gaming.

Safe Online Gaming

It is also important when asking for a new game that it is suitable for your age range. Many games that are released today contain content that is not suitable for children.On each game box there will be an icon showing the rating like the ones below.

pegi ratings 1 638This rating means that a game is suitable for children above that age.

A selection of Internet safety games                                  

The Internet Safety Game                                            

Webonauts Internet Academy                                         

CBBC Stay Safe Site


Using WHISPER - Our Reporting Tool

Welcome to Whisper the new anonymous service that lets you report a problem you may have at school or at home. Whether it be bulllying, online bullying, issues at home or concerns about other fellow students.

This service may be used by students, staff or parents/carers. This service was created by SWGL (South West Grid for Learning) as part of their online safety services for schools.

The service consists of a website button / link that launches an online dialogue-box to capture information or details for anyone who needs to report issues to the school. That information is then sent to an email address nominated by the school. Alternatively you a text service is available.

Both services can be regarded as anonymous if the user chooses to withhold their personal information.

To report a problem either click on the Whisper icon at the the bottom of each website page to be taken to a secure web form or alternatively send an anonymous text by texting: 
OUR + YOUR MESSAGE to 07860 021 584 

Sharing things that upset you is not always an easy thing to do. SWGfL Whisper is designed to act as another way you can tell a responsible adult at the school about any issues that you or others might be having. Sometimes that way might be easier than a face to face meeting.

This might include:

·         You or someone else being bullied

·         Something happening online that you don’t feel comfortable with and might need some advice

·         If you feel somebody at the school is at risk

·         If you have a problem that you need to talk about to somebody