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Online Safety

St Francis of Assisi Catholic Primary School provides safe access to the Internet and digital technology to help pupils learn and achieve. Just as learners need to stay safe in the real world, learners need to be safe in the digital world. Teaching children to be safe and responsible users of digital devices and on the internet is part of our computing and EPR curriculum. 

This Online Safety page provides tips, advice and resources to help children, young people and adults stay safe on the Internet. There are also links to guides on how to restrict inappropriate content on certain digital devices.


Safer Internet Day 2019 took place on 5th February 2019, with the theme ‘Together for a better internet’. Throughout the week, children had assemblies on online safety, and learnt how to stay safe whilst using the internet.  Our Online Safety provider came in and gave workshops to Year 4, Year 5 and also to parents.

Family agreement (1) Family agreement 2 Online-gaming Snapchat checklist Young Children and Screen time


Games, films, quizzes and advice to help you stay safe online. With resources for primary and secondary age children.


Advice about key Online  Safety topics like social networking, as well as hot-to guides for setting up filter and parent settings.


Restricting Inappropriate Content on Digital Devices:

Below are online guides from the makers of popular digital devices that are used by children. These are devices that have easy access to inappropriate content that children should be protected from. Choose a device from the list below to see the guidance::




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