Pupil Guide

At St Mary's we believe that keeping safe online is of the utmost priority.

Below are a number of links to checklists and websites that can help keep you safe online



Parents Guide

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To help keep your child safe, it is important that you understand how they use the internet.  Follow this simple checklist to help protect  your child and decrease the risks they face.


Social networking sites allow people around the world to share information. But you need to keep your children stay safe when they are online. Find out how to make some important privacy settings. 


Whilst your children are online they may come across websites displaying inappropriate pop-ups and advertisements. It's important to teach your child how to delete pop-ups. Knowing how to block a website can stop them from being targeted by spammers who use adware and pop-ups to attack their computer


Help your children develop the knowledge and social skills to make the right decisions about the people that they meet online.


Children need to be taught that information we put online stays there forever and can be seen by anyone. Children should be taught which pieces of information should be private and they need help to understand in which situations they should share private details and when they shouldn't.


Most children in the UK have a mobile. But as with anything else, smart phones come with both pros and cons. Find out how to keep your child safe.

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What is? (Click on the image for an explanation for parents)

What is WhatsApp     Whats App                            






snap map     Snapmap



instagram   Instagram


     What is social networking?


 get with it   Parent Guide to Social Networking


  get with it    Parent Guide to Cyberbullying



 ceopChild exploitation and online protection

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  O2 NSPCC Partnership