In our school, we celebrate being part of God’s family.
We inspire our children with a love of learning in a safe, happy
environment, which will enable them to flourish and
reach their individual potential.

Baildon, Shipley, West Yorkshire BD17 6TE

tel: 01274 598540,

fax: 01274 530018,


E-Safety Links

At Baildon Church School, we put a significant emphasis on educating our children so they can use electronic hand-held devices and the internet safely and effectively. The links below provide information and activities for children of all ages as well as providing useful information for parents too. 


Smartie the Penguin: An e-safety story for 3 to 7 year olds. Join in with Daddy Penguin’s song and follow the adventures of Smartie and Daddy Penguin as Smartie learns how to be safe on the internet.

Key Stage 1

Hector's World: For 5 to 7 year olds, this website helps children learn how to use the internet in a safe way and lets them know who to talk to if they are worried. 

Key Stage 2

Think you Know: this is aimed at 8-10 year olds and provides an opportunity for them to explore the risks involved using the internet and providing tips on how to stay safe.

BBC E-Safety Links: This website has a variety of games, activities and information to help educate your child about how to use electronic devices safely.


What to do if you have a worry regarding e-safety.


Always talk to a TRUSTED adult. This could be a parent, relative, teaching assistant or teacher. Let them know what you are concerned about and see if they can help.

You can record concerns using worry-boxes in the key stage areas; simply write down your concern on a piece of paper and post it. Then we will do our best to help you.

Record a worry using our ANONYMOUS online tool below. Write then submit your concern so we can try to help you.

If your concern is more serious, you may need to use the CEOP reporting tool, this is a site run by the police.

CEOP Safety Centre

E-safety Worries

If you have an e-safety concern, you can record it here so the teachers can help support you. You can leave anonymous concerns too, should you wish.

Watch our E-safety Video, created by a pupil as part of a school competition. 

Searching the internet. 

These search engines are designed for children and filter out unsuitable content.