Report Online Safety Concerns

If you have an online safety concern, or someone has acted inappropriately towards you online, or to a child or young person you know, report it.

Report it

Our pupils should in the first instance talk to a responsible adult.  This may be your teacher, a member of staff or your parent or carer.  Parents are encouraged to come into school to speak to one of our designated leaders for Online Safety with any concerns you may have.

Whisper It

If pupils don't feel comfortable talking to an adult, or parents are unable to come into school, you can also report your concern online using Whisper, our Anonymous Online Concern Report form.

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Report an Issue

As Whisper is anonymous, you don’t have to fill in your contact details, but if you are telling us something about yourself that you need help with, it would really help us if we knew how to get in touch with you.

Report it to CEOP

Has someone acted inappropriately towards you online, or to a child or young person you know? You can report it to CEOP, the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre.

CEOP

Report Harmful Content

The Report Harmful Content website has been designed to:
  • provide information on community standards;
  • give advice on how to report problems;
  • mediate where appropriate or explain why content hasn’t been removed; and
  • provide assistance in removing harmful content from platforms.
The report button will guide you through the reporting process and offer appropriate advice. You can report threats, impersonation, bullying or harassment, violent content, online abuse, and more.

Report Harmful Content