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E-Safety Information

Children have the right to enjoy childhood online, to access safe online spaces, and to benefit from all the opportunities that a connected world can bring to them, appropriate to their age and stage.

At St Philip's we take our responsibility to safeguard children on line very seriously and work alongside parents to ensure that children can use technology safely.

Keeping Children safe in Education 2023 is very clear about the responsibility that schools and governing bodies hold.

Online safety is an integral part of our Keep Safe Curriculum work. 

Please talk to us if you have any concerns at all.

For Safer Internet Day 2024 the infants took part in a special assembly discussing safe use of the internet. The juniors enjoyed activities linked to technology of the future and also how influencers can influence our choices. 

Safer Internet Day 2024

On-line Safety Information and Computing

With the rapid rise in the number of ways which children today can be part of the online world, keeping up with what they are doing can be a challenge.

At St Philip's, whilst we believe that filtering and controlling online access has its place, we feel that educating children to make their own wise decisions is even more important.

To support parents we have linked some useful resources either for parents to draw on to increase their own knowledge, or often more usefully, for parents to look at together with their children as starting points for discussion.

If school can support you further in this area, please feel free to make contact with Mrs Edward or your child's class teacher.


Reporting  - if you have a concern that you need to report,  tell a grown up,  press the CEOP button on the home page of our website or speak to Mrs Edward.  Never keep it a secret, you need to be safe. 

This document gives more information about our commitment to ensuring content allowed in school is protected and that children and staff are safeguarded.


Advise for teachers and other professionals working with children can be accessed using the following helpline.

The telephone number is  0344 381 4772

We are excited to share all that we do using X however we do understand if Parents would rather that their children did not appear in posts. Please do come and see Mrs Edward if you have any questions. You can follow our feed on @StPhilsCofE