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Online safety - be SMART


If you are having difficulty online or know someone who is, click this button for help and support.

Meet our Digital Ambassadors!


My name is Emily. I like writing stories and helping people.

My name is Ewen. I usually use my phone and tablet to go online. I like playing Pokemon Go and watching videos. My favourite YouTuber is DanTDM.

My name is James. I normally play Pokemon Go. I sometimes watch YouTube. I like coding on Scratch and making my own games.

My name is Maddie. I like swimming and singing. In my spare time I like to play games on the internet and watch videos on my phone.

My name is Sam. I like to play football and enjoy playing games online with my friends. I watch YouTube videos and my favourite YouTuber is DanTDM.

My name is Abbie. I like using my phone to play games and watch YouTube. I would really like to help you to be safe online.

As technology becomes a greater part of our children's lives, it is becoming increasingly important that we ensure our children are safe online.


At Earlswood, we follow the SMART rules:


There is a wealth of information out there aimed to teach children about online safety. The best learning comes from open and honest conversations with your child. Below are some age appropriate videos to watch with your child that will allow you to have these conversations. We regularly use these videos within school 




Keep up to date with the latest online safety news.

Where can I get information to keep my child safe online?




Cyberbullying - Click here for top tips for young people.


Do you know how to keep your children safe on Minecraft? Find out what Creepers and Griefers are.

The Federation of Earlswood Schools recognise our moral and statutory responsibility to safeguard and promote the welfare of all pupils. We endeavour to provide a safe and welcoming environment where children are respected and valued. We are alert to the signs of abuse and neglect and follow our procedures to ensure that children receive effective support, protection and justice. Child protection forms part of the school’s safeguarding responsibilities.