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Online safety advice

If you want to report an online-safety incident, concern or issue, please click on the link below.

For St Edmunds Catholic Primary School, click the button below:

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For St Josephs Catholic Primary School, click the button below:

Blue Example ButtonFor more information about the SWGL Whisper Reporting system, please click on the Frequently asked questions file here.

Please find below links to useful sites and resources with information for parents about online-safety and safe internet practice.

Concerned about the welfare of a child in Suffolk?

Call Customer First (24hr service): 0808 800 4005

Suspect a crime has been committed?

Suffolk Police: 01473 613500

Online-Safety in Suffolk:

e-Safer Suffolk

To report concerns about a person’s online behaviour:

CEOP - Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre

Internet Matters is an independent, not-for-profit organisation to help parents keep their children safe online.


Internetmatters.org Advice for Parents 6-10

Specific Advice for children, young people, parents / carers and teachers run by CEOP:

Think U Know Website - Information for Parents

For advice about filtering / parental control software, viruses and preventing SPAM

Get Net Wise

Childnet International Internet Safety Charity

Childnet International



UK Safer Internet Centre

The UK Safer Internet Centre delivers a wide range of activity to promote the safe and responsible use of technology.

UK Safer Internet Centre - Advice for Parents and Carers


This website provides useful information and advice to encourage responsible digital citizenship.


Cyber Street Wise

An online-safety site, supported by the Government, with a wealth of information about internet security and online-safety.


Better Internet for Kids - Guide to Online Services

In line with the European Commission's Better Internet for Kids strategy, the key vision behind the BIK core service platform is to create a better internet for children and young people.

Better Internet for Kids

A leaflet is available from the Suffolk Safeguarding Children Board entitled 'Keeping up with the kids in a digital age' here.


Parent Guides

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