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Keeping your child safe online

Read our latest information on protecting your personal information - (476kb pdf)




September 2017 - Ruskin students are taking part in a Citizenship Project in relation to keeping children safe online.   Students have created a survey for parents to complete on Survey Monkey.  If you would like to take part, please follow the link below.  Many thanks for supporting our students.




Ruskin Community High School is supporting Safer Internet Day 2016


Our school is joining hundreds of other organisations and schools across the UK in celebrating Safer Internet Day and promoting the safe and responsible use of technology. To hear the Signal radio interview follow this link -

Safer Internet Day 2016 is on Tuesday 9th February 2016 with the theme ‘Play your part for a better internet’, offering the opportunity to focus on both the creative and positive things that children and young people are doing online, as well as the role that we all play in helping to create a better internet.


Read further information in our letter (338kb pdf)


Check out the E-Safety Website designed by students in 7SMI including informative videos and a E-Safety Quiz - E-Safety First


Do you ever feel that your children know more about online technologies than you do?

You are not alone.  Everyone uses the internet and online technologies to stay connected.  It is a great way to explore, socialise, learn and play.  These technologies create huge opportunities for everyone, but can be overwhelming and present challenges to keeping children safe online.

It may feel daunting, but you don't need to be an expert.  It is important for parents/carers to understand what students do online and what risks they face.  These is a wealth of advice and support available online for everyone.  Some of these links are highlighted below:

Useful links for Parents / Carers:

Keeping your child safe online guidelines (205kb pdf) 

NSPCC a guide to share aware (1mb pdf)

NSPCC a guide to social media (1mb pdf) 

NSPCC has produced a guide to assist parents talk with children about the dangers and legalities surrounding sexting, empowering them to say no to requests. Access to the guide can be found here

Thinking about getting involved the CEOP has produced "Keeping up with The Joneses"

or visit


Guide to Social networks can be found at NSPCC Net Aware  


Useful links for Students for advice on E-Safety:

CEOP's Thinkuknow (Age 11-13)

CEOP's Thinkuknow (Age 14+)

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