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Be informed on Oastlers School E-safety

With the increased threat of offenders using online live streaming platforms there is a need to educate children about the associated risks.

Relevant agency links and information

(BCST) Bradford Community Support Team - Online Radicalisation:

Oastlers School Award for online safety:

External Website Links

Are you worried about online sexual abuse or the way someone has been communicating with you?

If you work in a school or college and are concerned about what to do with peer to peer sharing of sexual images or videos you can refer to the:

The following link highlight the importance of parents and carers talking openly to their children about being safe online:

NOS Online Safety App

We're excited to announce that our FREE mobile app for parents is now available to download via your app store:

The app makes our award-winning resources even easier to use by giving you free access through any smart phone. It’s a simple and flexible way to get authoritative, helpful guidance on online safety issues – whenever and wherever you choose.
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Sexual Abuse Online:
Posted: 15 November 2023

Access to phones, social media and the internet means that young people can communicate with others without those caring for them knowing and this can make it difficult when we want to keep them safe.

Online sexual harm is one of the things that you might find most worrying, particularly when your child has more knowledge about this world than you do.

What is online harm?

Simply put, it is any behaviour online that causes harm; this could be physical, emotional or sexual. Online sexual harm includes:

  • Sexual abuse and exploitation.

  • Grooming – someone befriending a child and building trust so they can sexually harm them.

  • Sexting – Sending or receiving messages that are about sex.

  • Sending or receiving sexual photos.

  • Sextortion – Forcing somebody to do something by threatening to publish sexual images or information about them.

  • Children being encouraged to access adult porn sites.

Let's Talk About It:
Posted: 15 November 2023

While we are self-isolating and socially distancing due to Coronavirus, we will all become more reliant on communicating online, read through our advice for parents, guardians and carers to make sure you and your family stay safe online.

Building Digital Resilience:
Posted: 24 April 2023

Created by the Waltham Forest Prevent Team, part of LBWF Community Safety.

BDR is a guide to online risks and tools to protect yourself,  your child and others from harm in the digital space.

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