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Callington Community College

Callington Community College

Callington Community College

Online Safety

Do you understand what your child is doing on the Internet? Learning more can help them stay safe...

There are lots of resources online designed to support Parents/Carers in keeping their children safe online. We have signposted below some of the best examples of these.

Nobody can expect to keep up with every single online trend, new app or latest guidance.

What we can do is work together to teach our young people strategies to keep them safe online, ensure they know who to talk to should they be concerned and have the confidence to report content that makes them feel uncomfortable.

Online safety is an integral part of our curriculum and our staff are trained in how to support young people to keep them safe online.

If you have any questions or concerns related to Online Safety, please get in touch with your child's tutor or Head of Year in the first instance.

The College Online Safety lead is:
Mr R Taylor - Assistant Principal - Behaviour & Attendance

We are committed to keeping our students safe online, if you are concerned about the safety or wellbeing of a young person, please contact our safeguarding team:

Callington Community College take e-safety issues very seriously.  We have well-defined procedures for dealing with any inappropriate or potentially illegal content on the internet or in College.

You can read our Online Safety Policy and Appendices at the bottom of this page.

Report Harmful Content

The Internet Watch Foundation and the UK Safer Internet Centre have teamed up to produce a website that provides advice and allows reporting in one place for a range of social media websites/apps.


If you have reported harmful content to the relevant social media platform but it has not been removed, you can seek their support to remove it here:

Information and Advice is available from:

 UK Safer Internet Centre  




The NSPCC website has a range of advice aimed at Parents/Carers:


The NSPCC also provide tailored resources for students with SEND:

You can also contact the NSPCC for further advice and guidance related to Online Safety:

Call them on 0808 800 5000, email or fill in our online form to get advice and support from safeguarding experts.

CEOP Thinkuknow – CEOP is a police-led child protection agency.  This site has sections aimed at different age groups, as well as parents and carers





BBC Own It

More links to very useful pages:

Get Safe Online
BBC Guide to Keeping Safe Online
Online Safety for Parents and Carers