Safeguarding & E-Safety

Reporting abuse

The symbol on the 'Report Abuse' button below, which looks a bit like an eye on legs, represents the Virtual Global Taskforce (VGT), a group of law enforcement agencies who work together to fight online abuse relating to children.

CEOP Report Abuse

If you click on the button you will be reporting a problem directly to someone at CEOP (the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Agency) You are then likely to be contacted by a social worker or a police officer, to talk through your report in more detail. They need to do this to make sure you are safe.

It is also a good idea to talk to your parents about your report to CEOP, although if your report concerns a family member, CEOP will not make contact with them until an investigation has been completed.

If you do not want to make a report by pressing the button but are still worried about something online, then please talk to a member of Student Services Team at school, or to an adult you can trust.

Alternatively, click on the CONFIDE button on the login page of all the screens in school and report your concern electronically.

E-Safety at Notley High School & Braintree Sixth Form

Mrs Christine Wager, Assistant Headteacher and Designated Safeguarding Lead


Mrs Christine Wager
Designated Safeguarding Lead
Assistant Headteacher

Our students receive regular input on E-Safety in assemblies, computing lessons and PDT (Personal Development Time) lessons.

We would advise parents and carers to read the useful resources and policy documents related to e-safety in the links section on the left.

Here are some links to useful websites:

For parents/carers:-

Who Is Hosting This

CEOP - Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre

Virtual Global task Force - Making the Internet a safer place

Child Net - Know IT all for Parents

How to Protect Children’s Safety Online

For students & parents/carers:-

CBBC – Stay Safe

CBBC Newsround - Safe Surfing

NCH – Net Smart rules!

Chatdanger – How to keep safe while chatting online

TUK? – Thinkuknow

You may also find it useful to view the BBC Panorama programme on internet safety entitled One Click from Danger and the follow up programme[One click from capture|]

We also have an electronic ‘Bully Box’ where students can report concerns about themselves or others to specified members of staff. This is a service that is only available to students from PC desktops in school (there is an icon on the login page).

If you wish to contact the person responsible for this page, please email