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E-Safety is an integral part of children's education in today's digital world and it is embedded in their learning at school.


Technology and the way in which our children engage with the internet is changing rapidly and we need to equip our young people for the changing demands that new technology brings.


E-Safety is an important part of keeping children safe at Henley Green Primary School. We teach our children how to use the internet safely and responsibly and encourage our parents and carers to support us in this.

March - Privacy settings, family games to play at home and more

Safer Internet Day at Henley Green

February - Safer Internet Day

February holds host to Safer Internet Day 

Share some of the videos and stories below with your children to ignite conversations about being safe online. Keep a look out on this page to see how we celebrated Safer Internet Day at HG!

# Goldilocks - Story read aloud for children - Internet Safety, Digital safety, Social Media,

Take a Look Books! Books for use in Primary Schools.A fairytale for the digital age! What would of happened if Goldilocks had her very own mobile phone? Find

Safer Internet Day 2022 - Start a conversation

Safer Internet Day 2022 will be celebrated on February 8th with the theme 'All fun and games? Exploring respect and relationships online'. Parents and carers...

Digiduck and the Magic Castle with BSL

A reading of Digiduck and the Magic Castle by the author, Lindsay Buck.This video supports the Safer Internet Day 2022 education resources for Ages 3-7. Safe...

Our Esafety Poster Winner - Cherise Year 6

Christmas Song Lyrics

October 2021 


You may have seen media reports about a Netflix series called Squid Game which some children in school have been talking about. The show is rated 15.

Attached is a poster to explain how to alter your settings on Netflix so that children are not watching inappropriate content for their age. Please help us to keep your children safe.

We have also been notified that there is a Roblox version of Squid Games on YouTube and this is equally inappropriate for primary aged children.

Please monitor children's online activity at home to help keep them safe. 


We have also been made aware of children accessing scary and inappropriate characters on YouTube - please consider checking your parental controls or using YouTube Kids




Click on the links below to look at these handy guides for ideas to keep your child safe online - Including games and social media

Age Restrictions for Social Media Platforms

What to be aware of with your children's games

How to change parental control settings on phones



Follow the links below to help understand how to keep your child safe online


CEOP (Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre) Think U Know parents page – for lots of support and advice on how to help your child.  Created by the National Crime Agency 


CEOP and Parent Zone - advice on 6 apps that your child may be using. Advise on using computers at home, including setting parental controls and filters. 


Safer Internet Centre – for general support and advice


NSPCC – Share Aware campaign.  Ways to keep your child safe online.

An online tool help you find out how to use setting


Net Aware – run by the NSPCC.  An online guide to the new apps, games and sites your child might be talking about


Vodafone – Parental support and help in all areas


The Internet Watch Foundation – to report any criminal online content


Parent Port – run by the media regulators, to report anything in the media e.g. a programme on TV or online, a film, an advert, a video game or something in a magazine


Childline – for help and advice for children

How to set search engines to safe search.