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Bernard Gilpin Primary School

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Tel: 0191 5536523


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We all want children to be safe when using the Internet or mobile devices.

In school we teach age appropriate units of work which address a wide range of e-Safety issues. Many of the materials we use are produced by CEOP (The Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre).

CEOP produce a range of materials under the "Think you know" banner which are aimed at 5-7 year olds, 8-10 year olds, 11-16 year olds, parents/carers and teachers/trainers.


Follow the link below for some excellent parent/carer resources:

Online Safety


Sunderland City Council

has produced a leaflet on

e-safety for parents and

carers. You can view

and/or download a copy

by clicking on the staying

safe logo.

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Staying Safe

Children in Key Stage 1 have been watching the Hector's World videos to help tham learn about e-Safety issues.

If you would like to watch the videos with your children and chat to them about the issues raised, click on Hector.

Hector's World


Children in Key Stage 2 are given the opportunity to explore the Cybercafe website which provides information, quizzes and games relating to a wide range of e-Safety issues. The areas covered include e-mail, online chat, text messaging, social networking and online gaming. Click on the Cybercafe logo to have a look for yourself.


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Click on the logos to get more tips and advice about e-Safety.

Online Safety links