Glebe School is committed to raising standards in E-Safety with an objective to:

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


Student Technology Use Agreement 

Staff Technology Use Agreement



This video shows you how to get help if you are worried about online abuse but do not have an adult you feel you can talk to about it.


E-Safety Parent Webinar PDF with links


eSafety Training with 'The 2 Johns' 

Have the Chat (with your child about online safety)

Share Aware - a parents' guide to online safety produced by the NSPCC

 E-safety advice for parents leaftlet

eSafety Presentation

Advice for parents on cyberbullying

360 Safe Report Feedback 2021

E-Safety Report 2021



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.


eSafety Documents

Online Safety Assessor Report

eSafety Committee meeting minutes May 2018

Advice for parents on cyberbullying