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E-Safety and Safeguarding

E-Safety is extremely important at Parkside School. This page contains useful information for parents/carers to ensure children keep safe on the internet and when using social media.

If your child has to undertake any remote learning please be aware that spending more time online could increase the risks posed to young people online. It is therefore vital that you take extra time to familiarise yourself with ways in which you can keep your child safe while spending extended periods of time online.

If you have concerns or would like to speak to someone about the safety of any student at Parkside School please contact school on 01535 272752 or email: or or the Student Support Leader (SSL) for your child’s year group:

Year 7


Year 9

Year 10

Year 11



You can find the child protection policy on the School Policies page of this website.

Reporting Online Content

Has someone done something online that has made you or a child or young person you know feel worried or unsafe?

Make a report to one of CEOP’s experienced Child Protection Advisors:

E-Safety on Social Media

You can find information on how to stay safe on social media sites by clicking on the links below:









Tips to Help Keep Your Child Safe

The sites listed below are a great resource for both parents/carers and students and provide a range of guidance and advice on online safety issues:

Below are some documents which will help you understand the dangers and how to support your child.