Quick Links

The Gateway

Primary Academy

Google Services

Google Translate

Google Translate

Google Search

Google Search



Advice for parents working from home.


It can be tricky to balance working from home and helping your child with their home learning tasks, as well as keeping them safe online!  This website has advice:


You may be worried about your or your child's well being during this difficult time.  The website below has links to places that can help.  It also has educational resources.

Keeping your child safe while they are off school.


Thinkuknow website.

Thinkuknow is the national online safety education programme from CEOP, the online child protection division of the National Crime Agency.  They have put together some home activity packs for children of both Primary and Secondary school age.  Each pack contains two 15 minute activities to do with your child using Thinkuknow resources. These will be added to on a fortnightly basis, so keep checking their website.


Thinkuknow films and games are a great way to start and continue chats about online safety.



Jessie & Friends cartoons – A three-episode animated series which helps keep 4-7s safe online. It explores three popular online activities: watching videos, sharing pictures, and online gaming.


8 – 11s

Play Like Share cartoons – A three-episode animated series that helps keep 8-11 year olds safe from risks they might encounter online.

Band Runner game and advice website – A fun interactive game that helps reinforce key messages about online safety.


You’ll find lots more advice on keeping your child safe online at: 


If you’re worried that a child is at risk of harm online, you should call the police on 101. Children can make a report to CEOP at

Please download the Parent and Carer helpsheets for more information.


For the Home Activity Packs, please click here:

This is another website with great resources to share with your child to help them keep safe online.  It is aimed at both KS1 and KS2 children.  These are designed for children to watch with an adult so that they can discuss what happens.