What if you are worried about something you have seen online?

If you are worried about anything you have seen online or think that you might be being bullied on the internet you can talk to the staff at school. You could talk to your class teacher, Mrs Wintle, Mrs Mott or Mrs Ginn.

If you find talking difficult and would rather write down your worry, you could put your worry in the worry monster in your classroom and we will make a time to talk to you about it.

If you are working at home using Google Classrooms, you can talk to your teacher by messaging them or you can email Mrs Ginn using the following address: s.ginn@millrythe-jun.hants.sch.uk  and she will get back to you.

If you are worried or need support, and feel unable to talk to your parents or school staff for any reason, you can receive advice and support from Childline (0800 1111) or download the ‘For Me’ app. Remember to ask your parents before you download a new app.

It doesn’t matter who you talk to or how you do it, as long as you share your worries.

What will happen when I call Childline?

Watch this YouTube video about what will happen when you call Childline. There are lots of people on the end of a phone who you can talk to about your worries.  You don’t need to tell them your name or where you live.

The 4Cs to staying safe online


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