At St Michael & All Angels we want our children to access technology in the safest way possible.

 Do you know what is safe on the internet?  Do you know who you are talking to on social networks such as facebook?

 These posters outline a few ways on how to stay safe when using the internet.

If you need to report online abuse you can follow this link to ceop (child exploitation & online protection) or speak to a member of staff in school.

Our E-Safety Coordinators are Miss Whitehead and Mrs Ralph

 Parents can find more information on the Think U Know website. 

Additional information on Internet Matters particularly on how to set safe settings at home.

Alternatively Childnet has a number of useful resources for parents

If you want to know ways to keep your child safe when gaming read this leaflet.

The NSPCC have developed some resources to help you discuss staying safe online with your children. Share Aware

A new Government website to help parents keep children safe online: ParentInfo

Our e-safety policy is avaliable to view with this link