Keeping Children Safe Online

Online Safety: Keeping Children Safe Online

Online Safety has been a high priority in schools in recent years, in recognition that the internet can play an important role in children’s education but can also bring risks. Children and young people’s lives have changed dramatically because of the coronavirus. Children will be spending more time at home staying connected with friends and continuing their school learning online.  And while the internet is a great way for children and young people to stay in touch with their friends and keep busy during lockdown, it can also bring risks.

Please click on the links below:

St. Ambrose Computing Policy

NSPCC - Keeping Children Safe Online

Parent Zone - Digital World

Child Net - KIDSMART

Purple Mash - Parenting in a Digital World

Smartphone safety



Net Aware - Social Media Advice

At St. Ambrose we are an eCadet School.

Please click the link to see how the eCadet leaders promote onine safety at school.

At St. Ambrose, we promote ChildNet's SMART Rules:

Age restrictions on Social Media Platforms 

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