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Working together as a family, following in the footsteps of Jesus, always giving our best.

Gweithio gyda’n gilydd fel teulu, dilyn yn nhraed yr lesu, pob amser yn rhoi ein gorau.

Safety & Online Safety

CEOP (Child Exploitation and online protection)
Families can make a report to CEOP if they are worried about online se*xual abuse or the way someone has been communication with a child online. Also there are free downloadable home activity packs for all ages, including parents and carer help sheets. CEOP safety centre


UK Safer Internet Centre

Online safety tips, advice and resources to help children and young people stay safe online.

Childnet A range of games, books and information about staying safe online. Filters allow you to select the appropriate age. Primary and Secondary.


BBC Own It App For children and young people who have a mobile phone to support safeguarding and wellbeing - The Own It app will help you to make smart choices, feel more confident and get advice when you need it. Available for all smart phones.


School Beat

A bilingual site from the All Wales School Liaison Core Programme.

The website that focuses on the three main themes of the Programme: drug and substance misuse, personal safety and safeguarding, and social behaviour and community. Ages 5-16


Health and Well-being home activities for families 9 Version 5 – January 2021 Created by the Cardiff Healthy Schools team and Central South Consortium, with support from other teams within the Welsh Network of Healthy School Schemes.



Use the Antibiotic Guardian Youth badge to support home schooling. Help your child learn how to prevent the spread of infection. There is also a section for students which is divided into three subsections – Junior, Senior and Young Adult. Young Adult is available in English only. Each sub-sections contains information and activities that can be accessed at home by students with the support of parents and carers.


NSPCC PANTS Underwear rule

With the help of the friendly dinosaur Pantosaurus, PANTS is a simple way to talk to your child about staying safe from sexual abuse.