Quick Links

Useful Links


The teachers at Manorfield think it is very important that children (and the adults at home) know how to be safe online. We encourage children  to use the internet sensibly and be open with adults about things that are worrying them.

At our school there are many teachers and adults children can turn to if they are worried about anything online. Remember no matter how small we want to know.

Here are links to some other useful websites where you can learn more about being safe on the Internet.



Internet matters

Internet matters helps to understand e-safety issues with lots of links to other websites.



 Hector / Lee & Kim 

Hector, Lee and Kim will help children aged 5-7 to use the Internet safely


KS2 children can use the cybercafe to explore different forms of technology safely.

BBC Stay Safe

The BBC have set up this great site to help you to stay safe online. There are videos, games and interactive activities to try!

Safe Surfing with Doug

This site, from Disney, will help you to stay safe on the Internet.

Ask Kids

The children's version of Ask. Very useful.


Use this site to search for pictures. It's much safer than Google Images, but remember that you still need to take care when searching for images online.


A great site to find photos to use in your school projects.


Fantastic for researching projects

Acceptable use

During lessons teachers will talk children through the acceptable use policy. This explains how you are expected to use technology in school. 

In case you need a quick reminder of these rules you can read them here: Acceptable use rules

You can also read them in more detail here:

KS1 Code of Conduct

KS2 Acceptable Use Policy


If children do face a problem online they can also report it to CEOP. They are a crime agency who specialise in protecting children. To a report a problem click the link below

Report to CEOP

If children are worried about anything they have experienced online feel free to come and talk to your e-Safety Officers (Miss Weed and Miss Williams) or Miss Clarke (Headteacher).