At The Glebe Primary School, E-Safety is a priority and an important part of our curriculum. Staff work together to ensure that there is a progressive e-safety curriculum in place for our children. We ensure that they are aware of the benefits, dangers and how to deal with issues and concerns when using the internet and electronical devices, both at school and at home. We work with parents to make them aware of modern technological advances, safety updates and how they can support their children at home.


A Message From Barnardo’s

As parents and carers, we all want the very best for our children and strive to protect them from people and places that put them in danger. Sadly, sexual exploitation affects thousands of children every year, and with technology now such a big part of our day to-day lives, children are vulnerable in ways they have never been before. The guide below has been created by Barnardo’s to help you protect your child against these dangers – giving you clear, practical and useable advice.
Please click on the link to access the guide: Be Safe – Helping you protect your child


Online Safety Newsletters

Please click on the links below to read our Online Safety Newsletters:

Online Safety Newsletter October 2023

Online Safety Newsletter September 2023


Roblox Checklist 2023


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Please click on the link below to download/view advice on Parental Controls:

The Glebe Parental Controls Booklet

Please click on the link below to download/view a copy of our E-Safety Policy:




Please feel free to use the following links to develop your own knowledge:

For children

CBBC – caught on the web

CBBC – stay safe



Reception, Year 1 and Year 2

Digital Duck’s big decision (Storybook)

Hector’s World

Lee and Kim’s Adventures



Lower Key Stage 2: Year 3 and Year 4


The adventures of Kara Winston and the SMART Crew


Upper Key Stage 2: Year 5 and Year 6



For parents

Childnet parents and carers

Digitally confident

Keeping your child safe – A Checklist

Information and advice

Parents and carers guide to the internet

Thinkuknow parents

Young people and social networking



Please click on the link below to access our E-Safety Advice page for parents:
E-Safety Advice for Parents Page


If you have an e-safety concerns or questions please do not hesitate to contact Mrs Callaghan or your child’s class teacher.