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Online Safety

At St Andrew’s School, we recognise that using the Internet is an essential skill and is an important part of learning and life.

We are committed to ensuring that all our children are aware of how to behave respectfully and responsibly online. We teach online safety through our computing curriculum and also regularly throughout the year during PSHE lessons and assemblies.

We recognise that children also need to be safe online outside school and we are committed to helping parents and carers in supporting their children to use the Internet safely and responsibly, now and in the future.

With this page, we aim to signpost you to important guidance, support and advice that will help you and your child use technology as safely as possible. Click on one of the links below or open one of our newsletters or fact sheets.

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Think U Know | Safeguarding Resource Hub            Report Harmful Content | SWGfL           Staying safe online - Family Toolbox

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You can contact your child's class teacher or Mr Pike directly if you have any concerns about your child's online behaviour or safety. We will always do our best to support you and your child.