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Online Safeguarding

e-Safety is an important part of keeping children safe at St George's Primary School . We have extensive security measures in place in school, which are monitored both internally and externally, to help safeguard pupils from potential dangers or unsuitable material. Any e-Safety incidents are recorded and managed.  e-Safety is taught to all pupils explaining and demonstrating how to stay safe and behave appropriately online.

We can only be successful in keeping children safe online if we work with our parents to ensure the e-Safety message is consistent. It is important that parents speak to their children about how they can keep safe and behave appropriately online.

As part of our participation in the 'Speak Out, Stay Safe' programme, Mr Nathan delivered an online workshop session for parents - click here to watch this session. The slides used as part of the presentation can be found below. Amongst the most useful resources was the Family Agreement (which can also be found at the bottom of this page) - a great solution-based tool to start positive interactions around safe and responsible internet use, and to agree clear expectations and boundaries at home. At the bottom of this page, you will find a couple of short tutorials about how to change set parental controls on Android and Apple devices. 

Are you worried about online sexual abuse or the way someone has been communicating with your child online?

Make a report to one of CEOP's Child Protection Advisors

Below are some top tips on how to help keep your child safe when going online. Please refer to the following guide on parental controls for further guidance:

• Use parental controls- Adding parental controls will allow you to monitor and limit what your child sees and does online. Visit to access

step by step guides on how to set up parental controls.

• Start a conversation about online safety- Show interest and understand what your child likes to do online and who they like to speak too. To learn more about the most popular apps and games that kids are using visit

• Set time limits- During this period it is important that your child isn’t spending too much time in front of a screen, plan activities that don’t include using an electronic device.

• Set device-free zones- Only allow your child to use their device where you can monitor them, don’t allow them to take their devices to their bedroom.

• Report- Make you and your child aware of where to go to report online crime.

Below is a list of resources you can use to help educate your child about how to stay safe online and be a good digital citizen:

• Childnet- Online activities you can do from home, there are a number of resources aimed at different age groups. Broken up into age appropriate categories explore different online issues such as fake news, bullying, strangers online and more.

• Be Internet Legends- Google have launched a resource containing online safety activities for the whole family. The programme is designed to teach children the skills they need to stay safe and have a positive time online. The programme is split in to 4 categories: Think Before You Share, Check it’s For Real, Protect your stuff and Respect Each Other.

Additional resources to use to keep your children safe online:

  • Thinkuknow provides advice from the National Crime Agency (NCA) on staying safe online
  • Parent info is a collaboration between Parentzone and the NCA providing support and guidance for parents from leading experts and organisations
  • Childnet offers a toolkit to support parents and carers of children of any age to start discussions about their online life, to set boundaries around online behaviour and technology use, and to find out where to get more help and support
  • Internet matters provides age-specific online safety checklists, guides on how to set parental controls on a range of devices, and a host of practical tips to help children get the most out of their digital world
  • London Grid for Learning has support for parents and carers to keep their children safe online, including tips to keep primary aged children safe online
  • Net-aware has support for parents and carers from the NSPCC, including a guide to social networks, apps and games
  • Let’s Talk About It has advice for parents and carers to keep children safe from online radicalisation
  • UK Safer Internet Centre has tips, advice, guides and other resources to help keep children safe online, including parental controls offered by home internet providers and safety tools on social networks and other online services
  • Social media Mental Health Guide This includes information about the factors affecting mental health when using social media, and explores essential insights, such as reaching out for help as a way to protect your mental health. 

To share concerns about online communication with school you can use the following email:                               

Your email will be received by the Designated Safeguarding Lead and the Assistant Safeguarding Lead who will process your concern in consultation with their team. Please note that your concern cannot be treated anonymously via this email address.