Wilberforce College e-Safety


View the Wilberforce College eSafety Policy


Humber Police Help and Advice:

Alistair Kennedy from Humberside Police Cyber Security Team has been in touch with college asking us to share their guidance with our students and their families about staying safe online while working and studying from home at this unprecedented time. 

They will be updating their media streams at HP_Cyber (Twitter) and Humberbeat Cyber crime (facebook) twice a day some days with more info on staying safe online. 

The information below from the cyber security team gives some useful links for families about staying safe online.

Useful Links:

Useful Videos:

We have been asked to share the latest update and information in the link below. Please note that all films contain content that some viewers might find distressing. Supervising adults are encouraged to view content in advance of showing to a child.

NIOC COVID-19 To Parents, Carers and Youth Engagement Professionals

Another useful link for parents is this guide (suitable for parents of teens aged 14-19 years):  Free guide: The Parents’ Guide to Homelife and study

2020 has been a remarkable year and many parents, after months of home schooling, have renewed admiration for what a fantastic job teachers do. September’s return to school, albeit with different rules and processes than before, was mostly welcomed by parents and children alike. 

However, it seems we’re not out of the woods yet, so now more than ever, parents will want to make sure their children are as physically and mentally healthy as they can be. An excellent immune system helps prevent illness and speeds recovery, building resilience helps combat stress and makes coping with challenges easier, and a safe haven at home makes it a secure and comforting place to be. This guide has been written to help parents make their children’s homelife the supportive infrastructure needed during these difficult times.

Click on the link for the free guide 


Social Media and internet safety: