Online Safety

At Mary Mags, we consider online safety education an essential foundation to digital literacy and living in the modern world. For more information about how we employ E-Safety within our school, please download our E-Safety policy here.

We have created a mascot, Webster, who helps to promote everything we do regarding online safety with children and parents at our school:

 Webster Cropped

Below are some useful links to help children and parents find out more about keeping safe online:

Think U Know - Advice for young people and their parents and carers about staying safe while using the internet and social media.

NSPCC: Keeping Children Safe Online - Resources from NSPCC for parents/carers, young people and educators about looking to have open discussions about safe online behaviour.

Common Sense Media's Guide to Facebook, Instagram and Social - A comprehensive guide for parents about children social media, featuring the latest research, FAQs and guides for talking with children about responsible social media use.

Parent Zone -A social enterprise providing advice for families navigating the digital age.

CEOP Safety Centre - Advice on what to do if you are concerned about online abuse and exploitation.

 

 

Parents Online Safety support:

How to…set up web filters on the devices my children use.

How to…ensure the web browsers my children use are safe.

How to…support young people online.

How to…understand the age limits for social media websites.

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Fax: 0207 3451 855
Email: office@st-mm.co.uk

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