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(As mentioned at the BYOP Evening)

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Parents Information And Tips

St Peter’s  - Parents Online Safety Toolkit

NSPCC – Share Aware

A comprehensive website which lets you know which sites are judged to be safer for your child to visit   

Internet Matters.org

A site funded by the big internet providers with very good support on protecting families from various internet threats. The site has a great interactive tool to really ‘batten down the hatches’ of your home.

Website with great advice and resources for parents and children of various ages from CEOP (Child Exploitation Online Protection Command – Part of the National Crime Agency)

Produced by Vodafone, E-Zines including back-issues packed with online advice for parents


New - Annual Online Safety Survey Report  2016-17

Every year, the schoool undertakes an anonymous survey for our children, to ascertain their Online habits. The results have been collated and are being acted upon. These are reflected in our curriculum, messages for the children, and in the way our staff remain aware of issues to react to when identified.

The report for this year is below. Please speak to Nigel Hooton (IT Leader) should you have and questions or comments regarding this.

If you are keen to learn more about protecting your child Online, we highly recommend Vodaphone's Digital Parenting E-Magazines, available HERE. The latest copy has an article on Digital Resilience, which is of particular interest.

  New for Autumn 2017

Please take a look or order your paper copy from the school office.​





Use the links below to visit websites to become more aware of how to stay safe on the internet. Remember, if you find anything which worries or offends you on the internet, tell your teacher or parent straight away. You should never feel any awkwardness or embarrassment about doing this. 

Remember, when on the Internet, never give away...

Top Tips If Chatting Online:

(St Peter's does not encourage online chat, and prefers any communication between pupils to use the secure Learning Platform  tools)

  • Use a nickname online (not your real name) and a nickname that is not going to attract the wrong type of attention!
  • Meeting up with an online friend can be dangerous – if you really have to meet up with them speak to an adult and make sure that they go with you.
  • ALWAYS have a good look at the privacy settings of any spaces you post personal information on and make sure you know who can see or copy your stuff!
  • Look out for your friends online and do something if you think they are at risk.
  • Learn the SMART RULES and use them when you chat online! 
  • Treat your online space with respect – only allow your real life friends to link to you…if you haven’t met them in real life don’t link to them
  • Delete chainmails - they're just rubbish.

Click here for a printable set of these SMART RULES for when chatting Onlne 

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