E-Safety Advice

At Wolverley we consider E-safety a very important part of our students’ education and aim to teach our young people the importance of a healthy online life and what to do if things go wrong.

Below you can download our first E-safety Newsletter and find some links to external information aimed at both parents, carers and students.

Click here for the latest edition of the E-Safety newsletter!

Click the logos below to visit those websites.


The Child Exploitation and Online Protection Command (CEOP) is part of the National Crime Agency and works with different agencies to help protect young people from sexual abuse and exploitation.

The UK Safer Internet Centre provides advice on the use of smartphones, gaming consoles, tablets, mobile phones and other internet connected devices and they are also responsible for the annual Safer Internet Day initiative.

Think U Know is a website we frequently use in school with students. It has age specific resources which you can use at home with your children and has a section specifically for parents and carers.  Think U Know work closely with the National Crime Agency and form part of the CEOP group of agencies.

Parent Info is a collaboration between CEOP and Parent Zone offering a wealth of information about wellbeing and resilience.

Childnet is a registered charity working to help others make the internet a safer place. They work directly with young people and train them to be digital leaders in their schools and communities.

Other valuable resources available online:

Internet Matters


Bryn's Blog


April 2018
As I approach the end of my 4th year as Headteacher I feel very reflective about the changes at Wolverley over that time. The school has… Read more


March 2018
As we approach the end of another successful term, I would like to take this opportunity to wish you a very happy Easter. I am thrilled… Read more


February 2018
Well done to everyone who played a part in making our school show such a huge success. Hairspray is a demanding musical to produce and we… Read more


January 2018
Welcome back and a happy new year to all our students, staff and parents. As we start a new year, I would like to update you on some of… Read more

Latest News

We use cookies to help provide you with the best possible online experience.
By using this site, you agree that we may store and access cookies on your device. You can find out more and set your own preferences here.