Online Safety and Monthly Newsletters

At Grappenhall Heys we are committed to keeping your children safe and that includes being safe when using a computer. The Internet Safety Rules are on display for the children in every classroom.

Please click here to read our Parents Guide to Online Safety

Please click here to read a Parental Controls Booklet

New Parental Controls Booklet 2020

Our monthly online newsletters for parents...

Other news...

September 2020:

From September 2020, our home work will be set on Seesaw for children to complete at home. Children are taught how to use and access Seesaw safely in school. 

April 2020:

Online Safety during Home Learning 2020

In the coming weeks, you may be spending more time at home and on devices, Child Net have pulled together a list of resources that you can use with them to explore online safety in a fun, engaging and educational way.  

Child Net Home Learning 

What parents need to know about House Party and Zoom (Click for PDF)


February 2020:

Following our Safer Internet Day lessons we learnt that a lot of our children play on the popular game Roblox. Please see this guide for parents from National Online Safety about age restrictions, chat functions and more. #Saferinternetday2020

Our E-Safety Rules

Follow the 10 rules and stay safe online.

The Internet opens up the world to children and young people. It allows for many wonderful educational and learning opportunities. In addition to useful education tools on the Internet, a great deal of content also exists that is not appropriate for children. We hope that the following information will support you in keeping your children safe in this digital world.

Click on these links for more information:

Think U Know provides great advice to keep children safe whilst using the internet.

CEOP publishes news and articles surrounding internet safety.

At Grappenhall Heys we are very aware of the ever-growing issues and concerns surrounding the children’s awareness of the online world. Therefore, will be implementing a bespoke E-safety programme called eAWARE, which has been designed by educational psychologists, IT experts and teaching professionals. 

The resources cover a range of topics including; cyberbullying, gaming, digital footprints and private information. The programme helps us to find areas of weakness in a class specific to a topic and can easily track their progress once the lessons have been delivered. 

The program offers a range of resources including; assessment tools, videos, worksheets and homework, which will help our pupils learn how to engage with the online world safely. Please see the Youtube page designed to educate parents on current online trends.


Our Internet Safety Rules : (Staying Safe)   

 Useful E-Safety Websites for Parents

Useful E-Safety Websites for Everyone 

Parent and Pupil Acceptable Use of ICT Agreement