Charlton Park Academy is fully committed to safeguarding and promoting the well-being of all our staff and students. The following fact sheets are provided to support parents and carers with online safety.

To download the information please click on the icons below and if you would like additional support or have a query please do not hesitate to contact Senior Vice Principal Niall Fallon

Please note some of the useful online safety information shared is from sources outside of Charlton Park Academy.




Information about Send me a pic?and nude image sharing for parents and carers

Send me a pic? is an education resource from Thinkuknow. Thinkuknow is the national education programme from the Child Exploitation and Online Protection command at the National Crime Agency (NCA-CEOP). NCA-CEOP works to keep children safe from sexual abuse and exploitation.  Download more information here: Send Me A Pic Parents And Carers Factsheet.pdf


National Online Safety: Back to School information

Parents/Carers information: Back To School.pdf


MAY 2021

National Online Safety Bulletin: What parents need to know about social pressures linked to appearances.

National Online Safety Bulletin #14



Digi Duck

Text © ChildNet

The third story in the Digiduck® series, focussing on reliability of online information. The aim is to encourage young children to start to think about online content, and help them to understand that what they read or see online might be true, untrue, or someone’s opinion.


Undressed Campaign – updates to help you to keep pupils safe on devices.

Online Safety and Resources – LGfL Resources.

ACT (Action Counters Terrorism) – Act early and tell us your concerns in confidence. You won’t be wasting our time and you won’t ruin lives, but you might save them.

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