The William Allitt School

The William Allitt School

Learning Without Limits

Safeguarding and Online Safety

Technology can provide fantastic and positive learning experiences both in and out of school. As a school we provide a number of links and websites to support learning and provide ‘flip learning’ – where basic information is available for independent learning and discussions to deepen and extend understanding take place in lessons.

It is always important that IT is used safely and responsibly. Students have guidance about e-safety, staying safe online and safe internet use through assemblies, lessons and tutor times in school. This covers issues that can arise due to the uses of technology both within and outside school, including the use of social media. 

It is also helpful for parents to have access to information to help to protect their children. The Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre gives advice to parents and further information can be found by going to and following the link for the Safety Centre.

CEOP is a command of the National Crime Agency and can investigate what is happening – with the assurance that the safety and wellbeing of your child is paramount at all times.

If you are concerned that your child is in immediate danger, call 999. 


Click the above logo to go the the Thinkuknow website

Thinkuknow is an education programme from the National Crime Agency’s CEOP Command supporting teachers, children and parents to help deliver important e-safety information.

Thinkuknow aims to ensure that everyone has access to this practical information – children, young people, their parents and carers and the professionals who work with them.


Useful Online Safety Sites 




Safeguarding Children

Below are some links to support and help for parents in safeguarding children.

Our safeguarding policy is can be found here

PDF icon Social Media parent guides. 

Child Exploitation Advice
Children at risk of or victims of grooming and CSE
Advice about self-harm and teenage Mental Health issues.