Online Safety

Online safety is an important part of keeping children safe at St Lawrence School. All of our pupils are taught how to be safe and behave appropriately online, but we can only be successful in keeping children safe online if we work together.

It’s important that as adults, we take an active interest in our children’s online lives and show a willingness to engage in the digital world with them.

If you believe a child is in immediate danger, always contact 999 for police assistance.

Useful Links

www.thinkuknow.co.uk – Visit the “Parent/Carer” section and use the “Click CEOP” button to seek advice and report online abuse

www.childline.org.uk - The Childline website has a wide range of information and advice on both online and offline safety for children
www.childnet.com – Visit the ‘Parent/Carers section for information and advice
www.getsafeonline.org – Up-to-date security advice e.g. passwords and hacking
www.internetmatters.org – Information about online safety for parents from BT, Sky, Talk Talk and Virgin
www.nspcc.org.uk/onlinesafety – NSPCC’s Share Aware campaign provides information for parents about online safety. 
www.net-aware.org.uk – NSPCC Guide for parents/carers about popular social networking apps
www.saferinternet.org.uk – Parents guides to safety tools on popular devices and signposts report mechanisms for commonly used websites. 

Downloads

Golden rules for parents and carers

Parents Instagram Guide

Parents Snapchat Guide

Parents WhatsApp Guide

Parents You Tube Guide

Childnet’s Video Chat and WebCam advice sheet for young people

Online safety policy

 

Parents Instagram guide

  1. Parents Snapchat Guided
  2. Parents WhatsApp guide
4. Parents You Tube guide