Greenmeadow Primary School

Internet Safety

The internet is useful and fun, and is safe as long as you follow some basic rules. If you are have any questions or concerns, don't keep quiet: talk about it to your teacher. If you are very worried, click the button above to contact the police. 

Safe: Be safe by keeping personal information to yourself

Meeting: Don't meet online contacts unless an adult is there

Accepting: Don't open emails or attachments unless you know the sender

Reliable: Not everything or everyone on the internet can be trusted

Tell: Tell your teacher or a parent if you are uncomfortable or unsure

Our school E-Safety contact is Mrs Chandler.  You can also contact Mrs Mackinnon or Mrs McDonald.

If you wish to report an online safety incident, please email

Click on these links to find out more.

Childnet International





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Below are powerpoint presentations we shared with the children encouraging them to think about being safe online at all times.

 For advice from Richard at The Stay Safe Initiative, please click on this link



Please click here for information on Discord



Please click here for information on Whatsapp.


Please click here for information on TikTok.


Please click here for information on Roblox.

Fortnite Battle Royale 

Please click here for information on Fortnite.


Please click here for information on Snapchat 



Please click here for information on Omegle


IMPORTANT MESSAGE: What are your children watching?

It has come to our attention that some children are referencing a recent Netflix programme called Squid Game. This programme has an age rating of 15, due to the fact that there are unsuitable scenes for children in each episode and therefore it is not suitable for any primary aged children.

Please click here for more information. 

There is a strong possibility that your child/ren may have heard about this programme through other media such as YouTube videos or games. We would just encourage parents to be mindful and vigilant about the media their children are consuming and monitor what they are accessing.We would also like to stress that if your child/ren have become aware of these inappropriate games and programmes, they should not be discussed amongst other children in school. 

Please can we ask for your support in ensuring that programmes watched and games children play are appropriate for their age. 


Family Contact Point- 01793 466903

NSPCC safeguarding helpline- 0808 800 5000