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The happiness, safety and wellbeing of our pupils is at the centre of everything we do. In this rapidly changing digital world it is imperative that we prepare our pupils with the knowledge and skills to remain safe online. In order to achieve this, we provide our pupils, parents and staff with opportunities to learn and gather skills to support their own digital safety.

The school has worked closely with the local authority’s Learning Technologies Team to produce an in depth and comprehensive policy which is designed to cover all aspects of digital safety. Also in conjunction with the Learning Technologies Team we have put in place progressive and challenging Computing planning. This has been carefully planned to include a wide spectrum of digital safety skills. To support the pupils learning our school also provides pupils with opportunities to gather knowledge through other avenues, such as assemblies, games and competitions, raising the importance.

To view the latest version of our online safety policy, please go to the Trust policies page. 

At Stanley Road Primary school we pride ourselves on the positive links we have with the parents of our pupils and endeavour to support them as much as we can. Therefore we hold digital safety workshops for all stakeholders at certain points throughout the year. By doing this we hope that the important messages we are sharing at school will be reflected by the parents at home.

Our school is a great supporter of CEOP (the police branch of digital safety). All of our pupils have been made familiar with this service and are continually reminded of ways in which they are able to report breaches in their digital safety.

Every February all of our pupils participate in activities for Safer Internet Day (SID). As part of this the pupils participate in discussions and games and are set a project at home to reflect their knowledge of digital safety.

E-Safety Resources

Useful websites:


Use posters for popular and new apps and games


Reviews written by parents for a range of games, apps and films