Online safety at St Clare's
Our message is 'Tell an Adult you Trust.'
E-safety is an important issue. We regularly teach E-safety issues to all pupils across all areas of the curriculum. At St Clare's Catholic Primary School, the issues surrounding e-safety are very important to us. E-Safety covers a lot of issues from Cyberbulling, to protecting yourself and your computer while using the internet.
We provide E-Safety parent workshops throughout the year. Please speak regularly with your children to ensure that they know how to stay safe when using the Internet and please look at the links below for further E-Safety guidance. If you want to contact us regarding any online safety issues; you can complete the online incident report form below, make an appointment to see someone at the office or email us at email@example.com
please use the CEOP link to report it (and inform the school through our online
If you let your child use YouTube remember they can easily access inappropriate material. We would recommend that you use YouTube kids. This is a free app which you can put on your mobile devices. It limits the content so it is more suitable for a younger audience. In the settings you can also limit the time children spend on the app.
- UK Safer Internet Centre - Find out more about the safety features available on a range of popular social networks
School Advice For Parents/Carers
Parental Controls for Internet Providers
Internet Matters ThinkUKnow NSPCC Share Aware
Parents Tech Guides Parents Guide to Games Parents Guide to Apps
How to protect children on their smart phone
To help our children, staff and parents, we have provided the following links to websites that provide further information and support for staying safe online. This will be updated on a regular basis along with termly E-safety newsletters on current issues.