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Online Safety for Pupils

Online Safety for Pupils of Mendip Green School


At Mendip Green, we are proud to have a very active Online Safety Committee made up of adults and children from all across the school. The children advise their peers about how we can be as safe as possible when using the Internet. They come up with amazing ideas for lessons and classroom activities and take part in school services to advise their friends on how to stay safe. 



Report an issue

Remember to tell an adult at school if there is anything that has or is worrying you online.  You can speak to any trusted adult in school.  The adult will listen to your worries, give you advice and reassure you. If they are unsure of the best advice to give you, they will make sure they check with Mr Barton, Mrs Young, Mr Oakley or Miss Walton.  Adults at school may decide to chat to a grown up at home or speak to Mr Oakley or Miss Walton.  This will be to keep you safe and to make sure that your worry has been properly dealt with.

You can also report anything that is worrying you online by pressing the button below and completing the form:

Advice and Top Tips from our Online Safety Committee

The children in our Online Safety Committee share important advice and messages with the whole school through assemblies and videos.

Below are their latest top tips:

Gaming Online

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Tips and advice for keeping safe when gaming online.

Click on the pictures below to watch the cartoons and play some games 


Smartie the Penguin: A Childnet Resource

An online story for 3 to 7 year olds - Join in with Mummy Penguin’s song and follow the adventures of Smartie the Penguin as he learns how to be safe on the internet

The Adventures of Kara, Winston and the SMART Crew: A Childnet resource.

These cartoons illustrate 5 online safety SMART rules and include a real life SMART Crew of young people, who guide the cartoon characters in their quest, and help them make safe online decisions.


Be Smart with a Heart: A Childnet Resources

Six easy-to-follow videos to work through together with children aged 6-9 years old. 


Keeping Safe Online: A BBC Bitesize Resource (for EYFS)

Watch the video as Pip and Declan learn how to stay safe online and who to talk to if they're not sure about something.


Own It: A BBC Resource

Welcome to Own It! We are here to help kids boss their online lives. Whatever you need – help and advice, skills or inspiration – we have it covered.


Band Runner: A CEOP Resource

The Play Like Share animations and Band Runner game are part of a package of resources created by the National Crime Agency’s CEOP Command, designed to help 8-10 year olds learn how to stay safe online.


Moving on Up! A Child net resource

Helping young people with the online aspects of moving to secondary school.


How Can I Use the Web Safely? A BBC Bitesize Resource (Year 1 and 2)

There are many fun and interesting things you can do using computers. There are amazing apps, wonderful websites and great games to play on computers. It’s important to make sure they are safe before you use them.


How do you Take Care of Your Personal Data? A BBC Bitesize Resource (Year 1 and 2)

Personal information tells other people who you are and where to find you. Things like your name, address, school and what you look like. You should not share this kind of information with people you don’t know.


What are Viruses and Malware? A BBC Bitesize Resource (Year 3 – 6)

Viruses and malware are programs that can attack computers, tablets, phones and other digital devices.


Should I Believe Everything I Read Online? A BBC Bitesize Resource (Year 3 – 6)

The world wide web is a great platform that lets anyone share information and ideas. When you are browsing the web, you need to think about whether the things you are viewing are reliable. Is it content that you can trust?


Children's Guides from National Online Safety