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Online Safety

The theme of Safer Internet Day 2024 "Together for a Better Internet". Over the years, Safer Internet Day has become a landmark event in the online safety calendar. Starting as an initiative of the EU SafeBorders project in 2004 and taken up by the Insafe network as one of its earliest actions in 2005, Safer Internet Day has grown beyond its traditional geographic zone and is now celebrated in approximately 170 countries worldwide.


This year, each class participated in age-appropriate activities and discussions aimed at promoting digital safety, responsibility, and well-being.


We rounded of a fantastic Safer Internet Day with an assembly led by our brilliant Digital Leaders.  They talked about changes in technology and changes we might see on a screen. The key message was loud and clear: If in doubt, talk to a trusted adult!

Safer Internet Day 2024

Parental Online Safety Session

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There are four key potential risks children may encounter as they explore, play, and create inside the virtual world of Roblox: being contacted by ill-intentioned adults, encountering inappropriate adult content, facing online bullying from their peers, and overspending inside the Roblox Catalog.



At St. Alban’s we believe that educating our pupils in how to stay safe in the online world is as important as teaching them about any other element of keeping safe. For example, you would never allow your child to talk to a stranger on the street, likewise you would never allow your child to talk to people they never knew on computer games or on social media.  Raising awareness of staying safe online is not just taught through computing, it is weaved throughout our curriculum so pupils recognise its importance in their daily lives and develop an awareness of how to stay safe online both in the school environment and beyond.

Online Safety Workshops:

Useful Websites:

We have provided links to useful websites below for children and parents to access for guidance and advice.

Parental Guidance for Online Games and Apps:

Navigating the world of online gaming and the latest apps can be daunting for many adults.  Here we have attached links to valuable information about games and apps that your child may be using or want to use.