Internet Safety

Internet Safety




All children now use the Internet for a wide variety of reasons, whether it be for research purposes, playing games or for social networking.


It is important that we make children aware of the possible dangers involved when using such sites. With this in mind, The Safety Centre offers all children who visit the opportunity to watch an age appropriate Internet Safety film.


The children are then presented with a series of questions and their answers are recorded by the guide. Schools then receive the recorded answers.






Key Teaching points

1. What is personal information?

2. Use technology safely, respectfully and responsibly.

3. Know how to report concerns and where to go for help and support.


Internet Safety Sessions for Parents

Do you want to inform your parents about internet safety issues?

The safety Centre offer Parents sessions which cover risks associated with social networking, gaming, cyberbullying, sexting and what you can do as a parent to manage these risks.

 These sessions are not suitable for children and are delivered on your school premises at your convenience (twilight sessions / evenings).

 All proceeds go towards supporting Hazard Alley.

To discuss your requirements and to discuss costs contact the Schools Liaison Team on 01908 263009 or email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .







The Safety Centre opened in 1994 as a partnership-based community safety project involving Thames Valley Police, Buckinghamshire Fire & Rescue Service, health authorities, local government, other statutory organisations and the private sector. The centre is not centrally funded and as such relies heavily on donations and sponsorship.