Harvington C of E First and Nursery School

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Online Safety

Please read the letter and poster advertising an online safety presentation led by West Mercia police on Monday 27th November at 6.30pm. Important information will be shared and it is open to all (and it is free and online!).

The opportunities presented by modern electronic technology: internet, email, social sites such as Facebook and Bebo, Twitter, text messaging etc, are truly awesome in their potential for good. They are equally awesome in their potential for harm, and especially so where children are concerned. At Harvington CE First & Nursery School, keeping our children from harm at the same time as providing them with a safe 'electronic' learning environment is a priority.

Our Online Safety policy forms the basis on which our decisions are made. It is under regular review with a set date for a detailed consideration of the complete policy. All children, parents and school staff are expected to sign an appropriate pro-forma indicating they have read and agreed with the policy.


The click CEOP button

You can visit the CEOP Safety Centre and make a report directly to CEOP by clicking the Click CEOP button below.




We always try to inform you when we know of any inappropriate video links, social media platform concerns or when a video is hidden within other, unrelated videos.

Please take care to monitor your child's social media usage.  


Latest Updates:


Poppy Playtime Have you heard of Poppy Playtime? It is important that you’re aware that whilst the name and characters suggest a playful game, it is a survival horror game with graphics that is not suitable for your child. It includes characters such as 'Kissy Wissy' and 'Huggy Wuggy.' The character sounds like a cuddly bear, but is actually encouraging children to copy behaviours - hugging people randomly, but then carrying out violence and verbal abuse. Children may be playing the game, seeing pop up adverts as part of other games or watching videos on sites such as YouTube, Tiktok or playing replicated versions on Roblox for example.


Helpful websites for parents:


Online Safety Policy

KEEP IT SWITCHED ON - Fortnite online safety song for parents

We would like to introduce you to Dan and Sam, also known as 'Musicalternative.'This #WakeUpWednesday, we're asking parents to "stay switched on" when their children are playing #Fortnite 🎮

Information for children - Be Cyber Smart!

CHILDREN - please click on the picture for your age group for help with using the internet safely.


5-7 year olds:



8-10 year olds: