Cyber Bullying & eSafety
If you need to report an incident of bullying you can fill out a copy of the school's bullying report form (found here) and email it to:
Here at Wanstead High School we are committed to helping children and young people understand the risks online and taking measures to protect themselves, whether from hackers, viruses, cyberbullies or online strangers that may want to harm them. A copy of the school's CyberBullying & e-Safety policy can be found here
Research has shown that young people are more likely to give away personal information online than they are in the real world; particuarly on social networks such as Facebook and Myspace.
The videos below are here to help guide parents, carers and young people on how to better understand the risks of being online.
The Parents' and Carers' Guide to the Internet
Exposed video by CEOPS
Consequences: Assembly video for 11 - 16 year olds.
More information for parents, carers and young people can be found on the government website www.thinkuknow.co.uk.
Click on the links below for more information:
If you are a young person, parent or carer and need to report a problem you can do so by following this link: