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Online Safety for Parents

E-Safety at St Anne's

E-Safety is intertwined throughout the Computing curriculum at St Anne's. As well as having focused units it is also regularly revisited through PSHE, assemblies and theme days. At St Anne's we used resources from our computing scheme Purple Mash but this is supplemented with resources from and


In Reception through to Year 4 children develop their knowledge of E-safety through the use of resources linked to Kara and the Smart Crew ( In Years 5 and 6 resources from Thinkuknow are used to address a range of age appropriate issues including online gaming and phones.

It is important to talk with your children regularly about their use of technology. They will need support in ensuring they apply appropriate filters and blocks to help keep them safe.  The links below are a great place to check into to see the latest advice for parents and carers on how to keep your children safe when using enabled electrical devices.


If you have any concerns about any pupils use of technology please contact the school.

To find out more about our E-safety curriculum follow this link to view the resources

we use with pupils.



Safer Internet Day

On Tuesday 8th February we will be celebrating Safer Internet Day in School.  The aim of the day is to revisit and extend the pupils knowledge of staying safe on the internet. This year there is a particular focus on online interaction on different platforms and how to manage this as safely as possible. 

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Snapchat Parents Guide

Instagram Online Safety Guide

YouTube Parents Guide

YouTube Kids Guide

WhatsApp Parents Guide

FIFA Parents Guide

Minecraft Parents Guide

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