e-Safety in St Hilda's Moorland Federation

Our children enjoy using a range of computers, laptops, chromebooks and Ipads to support their learning in school, and for their leisure time at home.  We want your children to be as safe as possible when using modern technologies.


According to National Online Safety, 52% of children aged 3-4 go online for nearly 9 hours a week and 99% of children aged 12-15 go online for nearly 20.5 hours a week, making keeping children safe online ever more critical.

Safety Guides for Parents produced by National Online Safety can be found HERE.

Please find below links and websites for information that we hope you will find useful as a parent or carer.

Information for parents and carers on Cyber Bullying from the DfE

Thinkuknow Website






Police Internet Safety Information

NSPCC App Safety

The NSPCC have created a guide - Everything you need to know about TikTok to help you understand the risks, and give you an overview of some of the safety settings that might help to keep your child safer on the app. 





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