The internet is an important part of our world and it is used daily for a variety of purposes. Technology is changing rapidly and it is important that we ensure our children access these safely, at school and at home.

Children should always be supervised accessing the internet, remembering that the internet can be accessed from many mobile devices too, such as mobile phones and tablets. At the Rosary School, in our e-Safety lessons, we advise the children not to use internet technology alone away from adults. We also help the children to understand who they can talk to if they feel unsafe online.

This page provides a range of resources for parents and carers to help them stay informed on the latest issues surrounding e-safety.

Here are some links to websites that you might find helpful


Internet Matters aims to offer advice and information to help you engage in your child’s online life and manage the risks they may face online.

Online safety tips for parents of pre-school children 0-5

Online safety tips for parents of primary school children age 6-10



Facts for parents and video resources to share with your child Watching these clips with your child is a great way to start in engaging in conversations about staying safe online.



Information on setting parental controls and gaming.



Advice, videos and games to explore with your child.



Family friendly ratings and reviews on movies, TV, games, music, websites and books.



A useful website with a wide range of information and advice about online safety for families.

Here are some really useful handouts to support families

CSCB Information for Parents

Keeping Safe Online Handout

Parents E-Safety Leaflet A5 size

Supporting Young People Online

The Good Gaming Guide


Online Safety Policy

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