The Government has announced they are organising a wide-ranging strategy – including technology companies, charities and mental health professionals – in order to address the problems caused by harassment, sexting, cyber-bullying, etc.

This action group will form a comprehensive plan to address this huge issue in today’s society.

Parents will be aware of the high priority we place on E-Safety and how all of us share a responsibility to keep our students / children safe and responsible online.

The recent E-Safety Week – tied into National Safer Internet Day – include a number of interventions but the pursuit of the being positive and secure online is a daily message and reminder in our rapidly changing world.

For more information on the schools strategies to support E-Safety visit:

For more information on the government’s recent initiative on E-Safety – visit: