Online Safety

At St Martin’s we prioritise all aspects of safeguarding. Please click here to go to our policies page to access our school’s Safeguarding Policy. Below there is a list of websites which we feel provide excellent further resources for keeping your children safe.

Useful Links to Help you Keep your Child Safe Online

If you have any Safeguarding concerns, please contact our family advocate by either phoning the school office or emailing

Get safe online

Everyone needs help sometimes … and that’s especially true of parents trying to stay switched-on to their children’s online safety. This link has some useful guidelines for age related internet safety.


An excellent resource with loads of information about keeping your children safe on-line from the NSPCC.

Web Bulletin

Contains loads of useful information about apps including: Friendlife, SnapChat and SnapMap and SKOUT.

Get safe online

Latest information that we have received from other services concerning other popular apps.

CEOP resource

An amazing resource split into age categories from CEOP. Suitable for children, parents and teachers.

Vodafone resource

A resource from Vodafone to enable children and parents to enjoy digital activities together at home.


A simple fact based website to help you talk to your child to keep them safe online.

Educate Against Hate

Q & A and resources to help you protect your child again extremism and radicalisation.

The Parents Guide to Internet Safety, Security and Screen Time for Kids

The ultimate guide on how to talk to your kids about screen addiction, cyberbullying, safe messaging, self esteem, smartphones, tv, video games, cybercrime and more.

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