Bullying & E-Safety

If you have an immediate online safety concern, click the image below to contact the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre.


Children and young people spend a lot of time online – it can be a great way for them to socialise, explore and have fun. However, children do also face risks such as cyberbullying or accessing inappropriate content. That’s why it’s important for them to know how to stay safe online.

At Brighouse High School we strive to keep your child safe whilst using the Internet in school. We have an Acceptable Use Policy (AUP) which outlines safe working practices and procedures.  Our curriculum includes links to online safety including cyberbullying through subject areas and through our Learning 4 Life / Tutorial programme.

Technology has many benefits, but as you hear in the news, it also has many dangers and it is important that you talk to your child about e-safety.

Below are some useful resources to help ensure your child is safe on the internet at home:

Social Media & Gaming

Teaching Kids to be Smart about Social Media

Social Media Advice & Guidance

Social Media:  A Guide for Parents

Gaming:  What Parents and Carers Need to know



Window 10 Parental Controls

Keeping Children Safety Online – NSPCC

CEOP YouTube Channel

Let’s Talk About Sexting

Think You  Know Parent Support

Internet Matters:  Help Setting Controls for Safer Searching

Go.Compare: Broadband Parental Controls: How To Keep Your Child Safe Online

Bullying & Cyber-Bullying

Brighouse High School aims to provide a secure and safe environment for all individuals and seeks to promote in pupils an attitude of consideration to others.  We believe that every pupil has the right to enjoy learning free from intimidation both in school and the surrounding community.  As a school community we will not tolerate any unkind actions or remarks, even if they are not intended to hurt or offend. We will actively promote and implement our Anti-bullying policy and Cyberbullying policy through classwork, pastoral work, staff development, and communication with parents and staff.


Useful links:

Bullying:  Advice for Parents

Unite Against Bullying:  Advice for Parents

Bullying:  Advice for Children

Bullying:  Facts for Kids

Child on Child abuse - Advice for parents

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