Online Safety

Ensuring the safety and well-being of our pupils is paramount at Portsmouth Grammar School. In an increasingly digital world, it's crucial to equip our students with the knowledge and tools to navigate the online sphere safely. 

In line with our commitment to safeguarding, we work closely with organizations such as CEOP (Child Exploitation and Online Protection Command) to protect children from the dangers of online exploitation and abuse. CEOP are a law enforcement agency dedicated to tackling the exploitation of children. They play a vital role in safeguarding young people in the digital realm. Their commitment to keeping children safe online aligns with our own values. 

CEOP operates a range of initiatives aimed at educating young people about online safety, allowing them to report any concerns they may encounter. Through their resources and campaigns, they provide invaluable support to both children and parents in navigating the complexities of the internet. 

We urge our students, parents, and staff to familiarize themselves with CEOP and its services. If anyone encounters harmful or inappropriate content online, we encourage them to report it promptly using resources such as This platform allows individuals to report harmful online content, including cyberbullying, hate speech, and explicit material. By reporting such content, we contribute to creating a safer online environment for everyone. 

At Portsmouth Grammar School, we foster a culture of courage and curiosity, encouraging our pupils to explore the digital world responsibly while remaining vigilant to potential risks. By working together as a community and drawing upon the values of collaboration and creativity, we can ensure that our students are equipped with the skills and resilience needed to thrive in the online space while staying safe and secure.  

If you wish to make a report, or to find out more, please visit:

To report any harmful content online, please visit: