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Online Safety

At Shirehampton Primary School we understand that technology is very exciting for children and can be a fantastic learning tool. We also teach children that it is important that they know how to use it safely. Many parents are keen to support their children to become safer internet citizens, but are unsure of where to go for advice. Throughout this page you will find links to really useful websites.

We teach children the SMART rules to be better online Citizens. To find out more please visit

Every year group learns about e-safety in computing lessons every term. We also have termly assemblies where the Computing Council deliver Online safety presentations to FS/KS1 and KS2.

On Thursday 10th October 2019 KS2 had an excellent Online Safety assembly by Google Interland. The aim of the assembly was to encourage children to make smart decisions, so that they can make the most of the Internet. It taught them the fundamentals of digital citizenship and safety so that they can explore the online world with confidence. We were very lucky to receive a 'Be Internet Awesome' certificate, which you will see proudly hanging in the School's foyer. To encourage your child to be internet safe at home, why not play the free Interland game- beinternetawesome

On Tuesday 11th February 2020 the NSPCC visited our school and delivered an Online Safety workshop to parents. Thank you very much to all of those who attended. We received some fantastic feedback and we are extremely pleased that parents found it useful! For more information please visit

Vodafone have useful tips all about online safety for parents called Digital Parenting.

Harmful behaviour or inappropriate content:

If you need to support your child with any harmful behaviour or content they have seen online the following website are really helpful.

Internet Matters: Get tips on how to use tech tools to filter and block inappropriate content on children’s device and what conversations to have to keep them safe online.

NSPCCSometimes, innocent searches can lead to not so innocent results.  And sometimes, children may look for things because they're curious. It’s important to know how to reassure children and young people and help them know what to do and where to go for support if they see inappropriate content online.

Childline: Getting images removed.


Our safeguarding and child protection policy and behaviour policy can be found on our policies page on the website.