Online Safety at Home

       SWGfL Report Harmful Content 


Online safety is becoming increasingly important as children grow up in a more and more digital world.

At Grove, we are committed to ensuring that children have the necessary knowledge, skills and understanding to navigate the online world with confidence and discernment.  We celebrate the benefits of working online.  However, we also work with our pupils to make them aware of the dangers of working online and support them so they know how to keep themselves safe and what to do if they feel uneasy or threatened.

On this page, you can find links, advice and resources to help you in keeping your children safe online at home. 


Parent Workshops

We hold regular parent workshops about online safety. These will cover different aspects of online safety. If you missed the first one in October, you can see the presentation below and access some of the resources shared in the session by clicking the links below. 

We hope to see you at our next workshop on Tuesday 5th December 2023. The workshop will focus on online gaming.



Parent and carer resources for online safety


Useful links

Internet Matters Resources

Click here to get a personalised online safety plan for your family

Guide to setting up parental controls

Internet Matters online safety resources

Guide to the main issues faced by children online

Guide to age ratings on social media apps


Childnet Resources

Childnet parent resources

Advice about the reliablilty of information online

Advice on supporting digital wellbeing

Guide to online gaming


NSPCC Resources

NSPCC parent resources


Parent Guides


Parent guide to Discord

6 things parents should know about Discord

Further information about Discord


Online Gaming

The Language of Gaming: A Dictionary of Terms

Parent information on online gaming

Choosing games for your children

Reviews of video games to help you select the games you want your children playing


Parent guide to Roblox


Parent guide to Fortnite


Parent guide to Among Us


Parent guide to Rocket League







How to report

SWGfL Report Harmful Content 

The RHC button is an asset of SWGfL, a charity working internationally to ensure all benefit from technology, free from harm.

Child Exploitation Online Protection (CEOP) website is a police agency tackling child abuse on the internet.

Internet Watch Foundation website is the UK’s hotline for reporting illegal content found on the Internet.


This webpage contains information about what to do if a child comes to you for help and advice about how to report online concerns such as cyberbullying, inappropriate content or illegal behaviour.


Please find the latest edition of the Vodafone Digital Parenting magazine below for you to read



Share this page...

Facebook Twitter Google Digg Reddit LinkedIn Pinterest StumbleUpon Email


View our latest ofsted report