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Glebe School is committed to raising standards in esafety with an objective to:

  • Protect and educate Pupils and staff in their use of technology
  • To have the appropriate mechanisms to intervene and support any incident where appropriate


June 2017: Snapchat Map Safety Concerns


Over the past few days there have been reports, both from parents and in the media, about concerns over the app/social network Snapchat.  A new feature has just been introduced, "Snapchat Map", which allows users to share their location, and see the location of other users in their area.  This does have implications for the safety of young people using the app, and we would encourage all parents and carers to think carefully about their children's use of Snapchat.  CEOP (the Child Exploitation and Online Protection directorate) has produced this guide which now includes details of how to opt-out of location sharing:

eSafety Video 2017

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This year, the Year 8 Students have collaborated with guest stars including Super Mario and Pikachu to bring you another video full of great tips on staying safe online!

eSafety Video 2016

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Glebe students have created this video with more useful tips on staying safe online.



Scroll down to view the links to other e-Safety websites!

Documents from our recent Parent/Carer eSafety Briefing

NEW! Information on E-Safety strategy at Glebe, with guidance for parents

Click the link below to view the latest advice from the government on protecting young people from cyberbullying

eSafety Video 2015

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The Glebe Year 8 students worked hard and created this fantastic video, full of advice about staying safe online!

eSafety Video

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We are proud to present the fantastic video that 8H have made all about the important subject of eSafety! It is full of useful advice on staying safe online.




LGfL provides a safe and secure infrastructure which allows schools to manage access, including web filtering and email systems. The LGfL content grid signposts quality curriculum resources. In addition, on these safety pages, you will find a range of documentation suitable for management of esafety, learning and teaching and supporting parents and the community.  Click the image above to learn more.



The four main internet service providers (BT, Sky, TalkTalk and Virgin) have launched Internet Matters, a joint internet safety campaign to help parents/carers keep their children safe online by providing them with simple, easy and practical advice.


Know It All is a resource designed specially for parents and carers to help them support their children's safe use of the internet.  It is an online presentation full of useful advice.



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