Online Safety

We take online safety very seriously at All Saints' and hope you find the following information useful.

Online safety and the curriculum

Online safety has an important focus in the new national curriculum framework and is incorporated into every computing lesson. Children are taught to:
  • use technology safely, respectfully and responsibly
  • know a range of ways to report concerns and inappropriate behaviour

They will take part in activities relating to Safer Internet Day and other campaigns connected to keeping safe online. All pupils will be asked to sign a Responsible User Agreement, a copy of which can be found below.

All staff have received online safety training from a local authority specialist. This means we can ALL work together to make sure your children stay safe online.
Online safety and parents

You can find out more about online safety using the links below.

Click here to access the website of the UK Safer Internet Centre, where you can find e-safety tips, advice and resources to help children and young people stay safe on the internet. Their really useful list of resources can be downloaded from the link below.
CEOP is a command of the National Crime Agency, and is dedicated to tackling the sexual abuse and exploitation of children and young people. CEOP is there to help young people (up to the age of 18) who have been forced or tricked into taking part in sexual activity with anyone online or in the real world. CEOP also offers advice and links to support in response to other online problems young people might face, such as cyberbullying or hacking. For information and advice, and to report concerns directly to CEOP, visit the Safety Centre by clicking on the CEOP link below.
For useful information on Instagram, Snapchat and acronyms used by children, please click on the links below:
E-Safety Mark

As part of our commitment to this important area we are working towards gaining E-Safety Mark Accreditation through 360 degree safe, the e-safety review tool. For more information about this process click here.

We have gained a certificate which demonstrates the progress we are already making towards gaining this accreditation. Please see our certificate below: 
E-safety policy

Our e-safety policy can be viewed here.
Please feel free to ask any member of staff for support or advice.
Computing Curriculum

All children receive ongoing teaching about staying safe online through the computing curriculum - click here for more details.


The National Online Safety group informs parents about the dangers associated with the social media platform and how they can reduce the associated risks, including sexting, snap map and snap streaks.

Please see their free guide for parents here.

Screen Addiction

This is an issue which is affecting young people across the globe.

For more information about the issues associated with smartphone and screen addiction amongst children and how they can help to control the associated risks and stop their children becoming ‘Screen Zombies’ see below:
Parents' Online Guides

The National Online Safety group offers guides for parents on many of the online platforms, including: Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, Minecraft, Instagram, Clash of Clans, and many others.

Visit National Online Safety Platform Guides for more information.