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Online Safety - Keeping yourself safe online

Internet Safety and Social Media App's


Internet security is a very important issue for all children and we all, want every child to be safe and happy whilst on the internet.  Making sure that all children are accessing age appropriate content is important for parents and teachers.


If you are using the following Social Media App's it is important to take note of the age restrictions!



At Manor Court Community Primary School we use the SMART Rules to keep us safe when we are online.  These are great to use when you are at home too!

School Council - Online Safety representatives


Online safety (formally known as E-Safety) is an important part of the education of the children who attend Manor Court Community Primary School.  Leaders at all levels, Mr Talmage, Mr Clode, Phase Leaders, Teachers (especially Miss Hamilton), members of the Local Governing Body, PPAT and the School council take E-Safety seriously. 

The children have elected E-Safety representatives, to instigate initiatives to help keep children safe.  They even help Miss Hamilton lead whole school assemblies. 

Act Your Age: an award-winning online safety story advice for children and parents.

The winning KS2 entry in the Warwickshire ICT Development Service's Online Safety Story Competition 2016, Act Your Age is the story of one girl's discovery that playing around with online identity is a dangerous game with high stakes.

Do's and Don'ts When Using Social Networks

Internet Safety Tips for Kids


Whisper is a reporting tool for online safety concerns run by the South West Grid for Learning. It can be used anonymously if you choose not to give your name. When you click on the button below, it opens a box which you can use to report any online safety issues or concerns directly to us. We'll receive an email notification and then we can deal with what has been reported. This tool can be used by all members of the school community, including children, staff and family members with the aim of making everyone in our school feel safe online. 


Top tips for staying safe online!

Our school council have worked hard to share their knowledge with their friends in school this year. They have made this video to share their top tips with the adults at home.

Online Safety #1 Keeping Safe

Our first video in our online safety series is from the EYFS.