Learning together for a bright future.


C.E.O.P. Internet Safety button:

On our homepage, you'll see this button near the bottom.

If you feel in danger or threatened at any time on the internet, click it - it will take you straight to the police.

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eSafety documents and websites:

Esafety at Grangetown Primary School

Our priority is to keep our children safe that is why it is very important for our children to be safe online.

Our IT scheme of work teaches children how to be safe online and we deliver citizenship skills across the curriculum throughout the year.


Here is a some safety top tips from our Digital Leaders at GPS 

1.You must be over 13 to go on social media such as instagram, snapchat and facebook.

2.You must be over 16 to have a youtube channel.

3.Children in primary school should watch films that are U and PG and play games that are suitable for their age.

4.It is important to keep your password to yourself and not tell anyone.

5.Don't give away any private information online-use a nickname if you play online games

6.Don't talk to people you don't know.

7. Tell an adult if you see something you are worried about online.

8. Be kind, respectful and sensible when you are online.


There are some links below that have lots of information and resources for families.

esafety video

One of the key missions of Child Focus is prevention. This clip was made as an e-safety awareness campaign for children between 4 and 8 years. It's being aired on Belgian kids channels and will be distributed in other European countries too. Script & animation by CC.

Wild About Safety with Timon and Pumbaa: Safety SmartĀ® Online -- PREVIEW

Timon and Pumbaa learn they need more than a computer or a game console to surf the web - they need safety smarts! Our friends learn the importance of protecting their personal information, how to be responsible digital citizens, and what to do if they are bullied.