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Corfe Hills School

Internet Safety

'Internet Safety' is of great importance to the wellbeing of students at Corfe Hills School, and students receive advice as part of their Year 9 studies.

The following websites can provide you with much information, in order to help you as a parent advise your children.





Information and Guidance about Sexting

Vodafone – Digital parenting

Digital Parenting

Social Media

Your Guide to the Social Networks your Kids Uses to stay up to date and keep your child safe in today’s digital world.

Keeping children safe online | NSPCC

back2schooldorset social media guide.pdf


Dorset Police Sexting Poster

Dorset Police Sexting Poster


We wanted to make you aware that Snapchat has released an update recently which includes a feature called Snap Maps.

This allows others to see exactly where a snapchat user is, pinpointing their location on a world map.

We would recommend that students switch this feature off to ensure that their location is kept private from other users on this platform. Our recommendation is that students switch the app to ‘Ghost Mode’ which means they are the only person who can see their location on a map.

The following information is provided by Childnet.com:

When first opening the Snap Map users get to make a decision of who they want to be able to view their location. Once these settings are in place they can always be changed in Snapchat’s settings.

This can be done in two ways:

  1. In the Snapchat settings

In the Snapchat screen click on the Settings (cog) icon> click on ‘see my location’ > Choose the setting which suits you (Ghost Mode)

  • On the Snap Map

Click on the setting button in the top right of the map > choose the setting which suits you (Ghost Mode)

Further information can be found at: