Online Safety For Parents
Online Safety Information for Parents
At St Luke’s Primary School our pupils regularly use the internet as part of their learning in school. Online Safety is woven throughout the Computing, PSHE and wider Curriculum. You can find our Online safety overview Here.
It is vital that we do all we can to keep our pupils safe including working with parents and hold a Parents Online Safety Session every year. Please look out for it on the school diary and attend annually.
Thank you to all parents who were able to attend our most recent Online Safety Evening and for the positive feedback received.
"Absolutely FANTASTIC session. It has really opened my eyes! Thank you!"
"Thought the man was brilliant!! And was very useful."
"Extremely helpful - very informative."
We highly recommend that pupils have a family agreement at home to ensure transparency and communication is at the heart of their internet use.
Family Agreement Examples and Guidance.
Helpful Videos from Northamptonshire’s Online Safety Adviser.
Useful Websites for Further Reading
Parent Support for Apps and Games.
Here you will find some helpful guides for a number of the apps and games you may need support with if your child is using them.
Additional support and up to date information about the latest apps, games and social media can be found at https://www.net-aware.org.uk/
If you need help with Internet Safety, or if you wish to report a problem to CEOP, click the button below:
St. Luke's CE Primary School cannot accept responsibility for the content of links to external websites.