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E-Safety Information for Parents and Carers

Our pupils at St Anne's are growing up in a world of ever-changing technology. While we feel that the use of technology is a largely positive aspect of modern life, we cannot ignore the risks that can be associated.

Throughout school we aim to teach children:

  • to search responsibly for information while using internet browsers.
  • to be vigilant when communicating online recognising that people may not always be who they say they are and to be sensible about what they share.
  • to question the reliability of information given through a web based source.
  • about the impact of cyber-bullying and what to do if they have been affected.
  • to tell an adult they trust if something is upsetting them.

We understand that much of our pupil's use of the internet will occur at home, away from the school filters.

Below are a list of useful websites, advice and resources that you may find helpful when navigating the issue of online safety with your child. 

St Anne's is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

E-Safety Tips for Parents: Under 5 Years Old

E-Safety Tips for Parents: 6-10 Years Old

E-Safety Tips for Parents: 11-13 Years Old

Be SMART Online!

As part of our Computing curriculum, children are taught e-safety in a dedicated unit and reminded within relevant tasks or units.
Pupils are reminded of the SMART rules for staying e-safe from


Useful Resources and Links

A Guide to Social Media Platforms and Video Games