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And now we have these three: faith and hope and love, but the greatest of these is love.’ 1 Corinthians 13:13

Enabling children to flourish and succeed


Safer Internet

CEOP safety Centre

Childnet-onlinesafety for younger people

Example of E-safety for parents

Keeping Safe Online

At Belgrave St. Peter's we take pupil safety online very seriously. As a result, we address Internet safety in a variety of ways including:

  • The use of an Internet filter
  • Close monitoring of Pupil's Internet use in school
  • Educating children in the dangers of the Internet
  • Working with parents to educate and support them in their monitoring of their children's Internet use at home
  • Supporting parents and children in line with our Anti-Bullying & Behaviour Policies should issues occur

Safe Use of Technology for Parents and Children

Technological changes and advances mean that as parents, carers and teachers, it can be hard to keep up with the programmes, games, apps and websites that our children access. National Online Safety regularly produce fact sheets and guidance to help you, and your children stay safe and happy online.

Many of these sheets can be found below, and more will be added as they are produced.

Please take the time to read some of them, if only to familiarise yourself with the latest trends and risks.

  • Thinkuknow
    A website where parents can get advice and children can learn about E Safety

Social Networking

Click on the links below for advice on how you can keep your child safe.