If you need to speak to someone regarding e-safety please speak to Mrs Heydon – Designated Safeguarding Lead.

At Aston Hall, we know that using the internet comes with rights and responsibilities. We have the responsibility to behave appropriately and have the right to feel safe.

Remember: If something doesn’t feel right, it probably isn’t. If you are being bullied online or you have any other concerns, you must tell an adult that you trust.

E-Safety links for children

Rotherham Power

Educating children, young people and adults to keep themselves safe online.

Are you worried about online abuse or the way someone has been communicating with you online? Visit CEOP to make a report.

Useful Links

Kid Smart

Childnet International’s Kidsmart website has a section for young people aged 11 plus, dealing with mobiles, file-sharing, chat, trackback (for example, digital footprints) and privacy.

The site also includes games, competitions and a gallery of young people’s artwork on how to stay safe online.

It reinforces the SMART rules, and has additional sections for teachers and for parents and carers.



Bullying Online is an online help and advice service combating all forms of bullying.

Bullying Online also provides an email service for pupils in need of further help and advice.