This page aims to help you use the internet in a safe way.  Here you can downloads the colleges online safety policies and access links to sites that are kept up to date with useful information, along with explanations and helpful hints for you and your family to get the most out of the internet.

Ways to stay safe online


  • Never reveal personal details to people you only know online.
  • Never go alone to meet someone you met on the internet. You should always be accompanied by a trusted adult. Choose busy, public locations.
  • Take control: follow the advice offered by social networking sites to keep you safe.
  • Don't open emails or files or accept downloads from people or sites you don't know.
  • Make sure you learn and understand Moorlands Online Safety policies.
  • Ensure that all mobile devices are protected with a secure password or passcode.

Online Safety Downloads

downlaod  Online Safety Policy


downlaod  Online Introduction to Online Safety


downlaod  Young People and Online Safety


downlaod  Online Safety Booklet

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How to report


IWF If you've found suspicious content

If you're concerned by something you've seen on the internet or you think it might be illegal, you can report it via the Internet Watch Foundation.
CEOP If you've been effected by something online

If you're concerned by something that may have happened while online, you can report it via CEOP


Online Safety Links


think With different sections for 5-7 year olds, 8-10 year olds and 11-16 year olds, Think U Know has games, quizzes and videos about how to stay safe online and how to report abuse.

Think U know website

iwf Internet Watch Foundation provides general guidelines and FAQs, plus helpful age-related tips and links about computer security including advice for child safety.

Internet Watch Foundation website

bullyingUK Bullying UK offers help, advice and support to children and young people who are being bullied, whether it is online, by mobile, or in the real world.

Bullying UK

ceop The Child Exploitation and Online Protection (CEOP) Centre provides a wide range of resources aimed at children, young people and adults.

Child Exploitation and Online Protection website

childline For children of all ages, the ChildLine website offers advice on online safety issues including mobile, social networks and cyberbullying.

ChildLine website

childnet Childnet supports positive use of the internet by young people and children, while promoting safety and awareness.

Childnet International website

digizen offers advice on how to be a good digital citizen, with everything from controlling your personal data online to cyber bullying. website

driectgov Get Safe Online is the UK’s leading source of unbiased, factual and easy-to-understand information on online safety.

Get Safe Online

google Google's online safety advice includes general guidelines as well as an explanation of its SafeSearch feature.

Google's online safety webpage

whoishosting A Guide to Online Safety for Parents and Carers


google Play this activity to learn how to spot dangers and keep yourself safe online.