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Chiddingstone Church of England School

Educating for life in all its fullness - John 10:10

Online Safety Information

At Chiddingstone School we are committed to providing you with up to date information on how to keep safe online. We believe that online safety is an essential part of safeguarding and in partnership with parents, we have a duty to ensure that all pupils are protected from potential harm online.


We recognise that the internet and associated devices, such as computers, tablets, mobile phones and games consoles are an important part of everyday life. We believe that learners should be empowered to build resilience and to develop strategies to manage and respond to risk online. Our online safety policy is part of our Child Protection Policy


As always, if you have any concerns about something which affects your child or someone else at Chiddingstone School, then please contact our designated safeguarding team.


Here are some useful links:       


    Kent Support and Guidance  


Education Safeguarding Service:

  • Rebecca Avery, Education Safeguarding Advisor (Online Protection)
  • Ashley Assiter, Online Safety Development Officer
  • Tel: 03000 415797




In an emergency (a life is in danger or a crime in progress) dial 999. For other non-urgent enquiries contact Kent Police via 101




    Thinkuknow. An Introduction to Parents and Carers

    This presentation introduces parents and carers to the ThinkuKnow education programme. It highlight some of the resources available for children and reminds parents and carers of some of the things they can do to keep their child safe online.

    Helpful Information and Advice for Parents

    National Links and Resources for Parents/Carers