On-Line Safety

On-Line Safety

Here at Foremarke Hall the safety and welfare of our pupils is our highest priority.

It is the responsibility of all staff to ensure the safety of our pupils.  All staff are employed under safer recruitment guidelines and are trained in safeguarding and promoting the welfare of young people before they are allowed to begin employment at Foremarke Hall.

For any Safeguarding concerns please contact our Designated Safeguarding lead; Mrs Lucy Kelly (lkelly@foremarke.org.uk) or one of the Deputy Designated Safeguarding leads; Miss Kellee Cavill (kcavill@foremarke.org.uk) or Mr Mike Casey (mcasey@foremarke.org.uk)

Online safety is at the forefront of our thinking as a school. Our half-termly newsletters highlight current issues surrounding online safety and these may be found on our website by clicking here.

Please click the links below to see the e-safety websites:-

Better Internet For Kids

A site promoting safe digital habits for children throughout Europe.


Follow this link to report abuse through the CE-OP website.

Common Sense

With good judgement and privacy settings, your teen can learn to use Facebook safely. Learn how.


Cyber bullying is when a person, or a group of people, uses the internet, mobile phones or other digital technologies to threaten, tease or abuse someone.

Digital Safety

Resources and articles that give families a general overview of several dangers on the Internet and how parents can address them.


Information for educators, parents, carers and young people, sharing specific advice and resources on issues such as social networking and cyberbullying.

Parent Zone

Learn all about online risk and harm, tools to help children stay safe and tips on successful digital parenting.


Guide to internet safety and safe surfing for young people from Think U Know. Learn about online safety when using blogs, chatting etc.

UK Council Child Internet Safety Guidance

Please click the link below to download the UK Council guidance document.


Do you have what it takes to graduate from the Webonauts Internet?

Useful resources for parents wishing to know more about social media

How to…guides (Think U Know)

Your guide to the social networks your kids use (NSPCC)