Help & Advice
We want you to feel happy and safe. In school, you can go to an adult, if you're not in school, you can use the buttons below for help and advice.
ChildLine- Click on the picture below to speak to a counsellor online.
Click on the picture below to find out how to call ChildLine.
Click on the picture below for help and advice on your feelings.
NSPCC- Click on the picture below to learn about Pantosaurus' five easy rules for staying safe.
Click here for top tips to stay safe online.
Click here for top tips to stay safe on your mobile
Click here for top tips if you're being bullied online
Do you know how to stay safe online? Click on the picture below for your ultimate internet survival guide.
The “Thinkuknow” website is brought to you by the Child Exploitation and Online Protection (CEOP) centre. There’s a lot of information here for both children and adults – parents even have their own area of the site! Click on the picture below to access it.
Click on the picture below to access Childnet. It will give you lots of advice on how to stay safe online.
The cybercafé within Grid Club is a safe online community where you can make choices without getting hurt. You can join in the fun at the cybercafé by clicking the picture below.
Road Safety Advice
Here are 10 quick tips to help you stay safe when crossing the road:
- Always use the Green Cross Code
- Remember certain places are dangerous places to cross on local roads – including bends, junctions.
- Use pedestrian crossings even if it means walking a little further
- Do not cross between parked cars
- Check that no cars are about to move off
- Never cross the road near large vehicles as you may be in a driver’s blind spot
- Don’t use your mobile phone when crossing
- Wear bright colours and/or reflective clothing when lighting is poor
- Ensure you walk on the inside of the pavement, with an adult nearest the road
- If you can use zebra crossings and traffic islands
Click on the picture below to watch the Stop, Look and Listen Road Safety Video