Online Safety – Keeping Our Learners Safe Online

At Cyfarthfa High School we believe that the teaching and learning of Online Safety and Digital Citizenship is key to developing independence and keeping our children safe online.

Report Harmful Content is a new service that provides advice to anyone who has come across harmful content online as well as support to anyone over the age of 13 who has already reported harmful content to industry and would like the outcome reviewed. 

Report Harmful Content specifically deals with the following eight types of online harm:

  1. Online Abuse

  2. Bullying or Harassment

  3. Threats

  4. Impersonation

  5. Unwanted Sexual Advances (Not Image Based)

  6. Violent Content

  7. Self-Harm or Suicide Content

  8. Pornographic Content

Please see the links below for further support and guidance: –

Internet Safety Wellbeing Pack (English)

Internet Safety Wellbeing Pack (Cymraeg)

Welsh Government online safety advice for parents
Welsh Government online safety advice for pupils
CEOP is a law enforcement agency and is here to keep children and young people safe from sexual exploitation and abuse.  Click the report abuse icon to start a report to one of CEOP’s Child Protection Advisors.
Vodafone Digital Parenting helps you find expert advice and strategies to help your children or pupils navigate the internet safely.

The checklists below hold information on how to keep your social media profiles under your control.