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Appropriate safeguarding procedures are in place to ensure the safety and well-being of all children at St. Chad's, as reflected in our Safeguarding and Child Protection Policies (see 'About Our School' - 'Policies').


Online Safety is an important aspect of safeguarding which is highly relevant in all schools and homes.

Online Safety

Click the link below to view advice on how to safeguard your children against dangers when using the internet or whilst gaming.

If you would like to discuss any internet safety issues, please contact school and we will do our best to help and support you.

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Virgin Media & O2 Online Safety Support:


📝 Children’s Internet Safety Test 📝


Our goal is to ensure that internet users of all ages can explore the wonders of the web safely. Therefore, our experts have crafted a Children’s Internet Safety Test covering topics such as Cyberbullying, Parental Controls, Inappropriate Content, and Social Media. We also provide supporting educational articles.


Here’s the link - Children’s Internet Safety Test

🎮 What Game Should I Play? 🎮

Discovering the perfect video game for your child can be a challenge, but the What Game Should I Play? tool makes it a breeze – it’s a game-changer for parents.


It includes a handy “Age” filter to find age-appropriate games for their children. With genres ranging from "Card and Board Games" to "Adventure," it's a fantastic way to ensure kids are enjoying games that align with their age and interests.


Here’s the link - What Game Should I Play?.


The use of the internet and social media is not only very prominent in peoples' lives but is also extremely useful for education, therefore the school decided to look carefully at the safety aspects.


We arranged a visit from an I.T. consultant relating to online-safety. He held meetings with staff and parents and highlighted areas to be wary about in terms of online safety, as well as strategies to employ to reduce risks. The sessions were a success and we intend to arrange other meetings like this in the future. You may also wish to view our Online Safety Policy for details of the school's procedures to reduce risks that children face online and using social media.


Children are taught about Online Safety during Computing sessions in school, however you can help your child to stay safe on-line using activities which are freely available. See the links below. For any further guidance or support, please contact us at school.




The above sites are worth visiting to find out more about internet safety and the safe use of developing technologies.


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