E-safety Zone!!!!

Welcome to our Safety Zone!

For Children:


A useful Parents Guide to Facebook and Privacy Charter for Teens

(A Bracknell Forest e-safety flyer)

(The minimum legal age for a young person to have a Facebook account is 13)

Learn how to stay safe on the internet with

Hector and Friends  (for KS1)

Learn how to stay safe on the internet in

The Cyber Cafe (for KS2 Only)

cyber cafe
Explore the think u know website

think u know

Play the Stay Safe Quiz with Dongle the Rabbit!  


Learn the Rules

Smart rules
Newsround gives some great tips for safe internet use. Newsround
Try these fun e-safety games to test your knowledge

nwlg esafety games

Safe Surfing with Doug Doug
Meet McGruff the crime prevention dog!







Only download these items if you have your parents permission:


Hector’s safety button

The Hector’s World Safety Button is a free download to help protect you when you are on the computer.

safety button

Dongle’s Safety Screensaver

Download to your computer as an extra reminder of the safety tips.




Avatars are digital characters that help give users a ‘hidden’ identity on the internet rather than using photographs of themselves.  If you are using social networking, instant messager and blogs it is best to use a nickname and an avatar rather than giving your real name and photo.


Creat a Simpsons Avatar


Dopple Me

doppel me



For Parents:


Useful ‘How To’ Guides and information about Vodaphone’s new Digital Parenting Magazine
Some great advice for parents to help your children stay safe online think u know parents advice
Microsoft site dedicated to internet safety for the whole family MICROSOFT PROTECT

Report abuse – where you or your children can register any concerns

This button has also been added to the learning zone.


Internet Watch Foundation site where you can report any illegal content on the internet

iwf logo

Childnet keeps you up to date with e-safety issues and has some great factsheets


Insafe gives online safety information for parents

insafe for parents

Lots of useful information from Xbox 360, including details about how to set parental controls, understanding age and content ratings and hints for staying safe. play safe
Chatdanger is a site all about the potential dangers on interactive services online like chat, IM, online games, email and on mobile phones.

Is children’s privacy really an issue?


Child privacy

Get Game Smart is a microsoft site dedicated to information on gaming safely with resources for parents and children


Understand Social Networking sites and how to keep your children safe


Read the McAfee Parent’s Guide to Social Networking Sites

McAfee Guide

Understand and share the world of social networking websites with your children with the GET WITH IT! guide SOCIAL NETWORKING GUIDE