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How to make a Report?
Most services like, Facebook, Skype, Instagram, twitter, Snapchat, KiK, XBoX 360, XBoX One, tumblr, ask.fm, PlayStation Network and many others have rules about what kind of content is allowed on the site. Often if something is harassing an individual, pornographic or violent it breaks the rules. You can report this kind of content using the reporting tools on the sites.
Is there anywhere else I can report?
You can also report to the police and other bodies that regulate content on the internet:
If you are suspicious about someone’s behaviour towards a child report to CEOP
If you see any criminal content you should report to the Internet Watch Foundation
If you see any content that incites hatred you should report to True Vision
If you want to make a complaint about an advert, television or radio programme, film, newspaper, magazine, video game or other type of content that you think is unsuitable for children to see or hear, you can report it through ParentPort.
If you’d like free advice and tips for staying in control of your mobile phone costs, visit the PhoneBrain website, a campaign aimed at young people run by the premium rate phone services regulator PhonepayPlus.
If you have any concerns regarding E-Safety and would like to raise this issue in confidence please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Latest News & Events
Please click below to read Emily Checkley’s (year 8) original pirate map design with instructional writing. The emphasis was on editing and refining and you can see that she has done this with her work..
Please click below to read Jod Sunny’s (year 7) story in a thriller genre, based on the novel we read together as a class.
The summer concert for 2016 was a huge success, featuring performances from all of our school ensembles plus a special addition from our year 11 students.
Junior jazz band opened the evening with the Frank […]
The unfamiliar time of 5 am bustled me, and other weary students, into school, making sure we would arrive at the distant location of London without meeting too much early morning traffic on the […]
Last month 50 year 7 and 8 G&T students took part in the UK Mathematics Challenge. The is a national competition involving 25 challenging mathematical problems. Students only achieve a gold, silver or bronze […]
Students in year 8 recently completed the Summer Camp project in their English lessons. This project demanded that they collaborated and shared ideas to design their own Summer Camp! They worked brilliantly to consider […]
The evening of Friday 15th of April saw a high quality and entertaining concert performed by students from The High Arcal School. This was the first ever charity Concert at the school which was […]
On Wednesday the 13th of April, High Arcal were hosts to our very own CSI day. 43 pupils from 6 local primary schools (Hurst Hill, Bramford, Roberts, foxyards, Wrens Nest and Queen Victoria ) […]
On Saturday 9th April members of the concert band took part in The National Festival of the National Concert Band Festival at The Royal Northern College of Music in Manchester. The festival the concert […]
Dance Festival is an opportunity for all students to take part in a show to gain confidence with their performing skills in front of an audience. Over 100 pupils took part in the show. […]