At The Fulham Boys School School we take all aspects of e-safety very seriously.

This includes the filtering and monitoring of all internet access and email through the school's network, guiding and advising students through PHSE and ICT, warning them of the potential risks and dangers of all aspects of electronic communication  and providing a source of support in the event that things become threatening or undermine a young person’s well being. This includes support  and guidance for individuals, sanctions and parental meetings and, when necessary, police involvement. 

Technology is part of our everyday lives and can be a great way to discover new things, be creative and connect with people. Whilst it can be an incredibly valuable learning tool, the internet can also be a dangerous place so it is important to know how to keep yourself safe while you’re online.

There are a number of excellent sources of information on the web. If you want to do a little research of your own have a look at these sites:

Cyber Bullying

Cyber Bullying is any form of bullying which takes place online or through smartphones and tablets via the internet. It can be just as hurtful and upsetting as bullying in person, and in some ways worse because the bully can make contact, even when the victim is at home meaning they can never really get away from the harassment.

There are things you can do to protect yourself though.

  • Make sure you understand the privacy settings on your social media accounts and set them so only people you allow can see your personal information.
  • Do not accept ‘friend requests’ from people that you don’t know.
  • Don’t meet up with people you meet on the internet through social media sites.
  • Never send out your password or personal details to anyone, even if you think you know them because you’ve been chatting online.

What do you do if you are being sent upsetting content and messages?

  • Tell someone! We can’t do anything if we don’t know it’s happening so tell your parents, or form tutor or any member of staff at school.
  • It’s much easier to take action if we have evidence so keep any evidence by saving/storing/screen printing it.
  • Be e-safety smart – use the links below to learn more about e-safety.


Information and advice to encourage responsible digital citizenship.

NSPCC and Safer Internet

Information and advice on staying safe online.

Online Safety Alliance

Information and advice on staying safe when using Social Media


If you are worried about cyber bullying you can send a report to CEOP – The Child Exploitation & Online Protection Centre

The Fulham Boys School actively promotes e-safety and the prevention of cyber bullying through ICT lessons, PSHCE lessons and assemblies. School ICT systems include robust network filtering to ensure only appropriate content is accessible.

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