Resources for Parents

CEOP can help and protect you. If someone has acted inappropriately online towards you or someone you know, you can report it directly to CEOP. 


E-Safety Information for Parents/Guardians

There are a plethora of excellent resources available for parents regarding E-Safety. We have included some of the better options below. Please contact Mr Cracknell in the school office if you have found something that may be worth sharing with other parents.  A digital version of the magazine we send home which covers a wide range of E-Safety topics. A must-read!! The same company responsible for the Digital Parenting Magazine also run The Parent's Zone site. is a website run by Parent Zone aimed at older children's parents primarily with topics ranging from 'Selfies', 'Vlogging' and Under 13's using Social Media. It has a wealth of information aimed at building young people's resilience and keeping parents up to date. CEOP Command. A hub for resources about safeguarding children including CEOP's reporting tool (link and logo above) CEOP Command (formerly 'Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre') run this site with information about E-Safety and reporting tools. A website that can be visited with your child with fun games and information about E-Safety. A more child friendly platform which teaches E-Safety using recognisable characters from the CBBC franchises. As with the BBC site, another child friendly platfrom, using cartoons to provide information about E-Safety. Leaflet written by Kent Safeguarding Children Board. "Keep Your Children Safe Online" NSPCC Information regarding E-Safety. More specifically for social networks, apps and games St Christopher's School uses the Safer Internet Day event to highlight the importance of E-Safety and improving the communication of this to Staff, Parents and Pupils. A brilliant resource for Parents geared mainly toward E-Safety although other issues are covered. In addition visit to order the Digital Parenting magazine which is a brilliant E-Safety resource which is also available from the school office.

Anti-Bullying Resources for Parents/Guardians St Christopher's School uses the 'Anti-Bullying Week' event (run by the Anti-Bullying Alliance) to highlight the importance of our anti-bullying stance and improve communications with parents, pupils and staff about our efforts to prevent and combat bullying in all its forms. This national charity has long been a stalwart for information on bullying in all its forms aswell as a wide range of issues regarding safeguarding of children.