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St Mark’s Primary School

"'Let Your Light Shine' Matthew 5:16"

Online Safety at St Mark's

We are absolutely delighted to be the first school in the country to be awarded the Online Safety Mark for the fifth time out of more than 400 schools who have attained the award. At St. Mark’s the staff, parents and governors continually seek to ensure the safety of our children both now and in the future and we are proud that these efforts have been recognised. In particular, the assessor commented that ‘pupils are well informed’ about online safety and that they are actively involved through events where the School Council helped to educate their fellow pupils. Importantly, the ‘ongoing progress’ of the school was also recognised, showing that at St. Mark’s we continually seek to evolve our provision to support children on their life-long learning journey.  



The internet and technology develops and changes constantly.  For some parents it can feel overwhelming trying to keep up with what is happening on the internet and how your child's latest phone, gadget or games console works. If you have any concerns about your child and the internet please feel free to speak to your child's class teacher. Further support is also available from Miss Marsh (Online Safety Coordinator), Mrs Coldwell (Family Support Advisor) Mrs Rooke. Please see below for more information.

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Above are the Acceptable Use Agreements that the children must adhere to when using any ICT in school. As parents you are asked to sign in agreement when your child starts school. The children sign their copy too. We have four versions which are age appropriate for the children as they grow. For more detailed information please see our Online Safety Policy.

NSPCC Online Safety Workshop for Parents and Carers

This workshop provides parents and carers with information about how to support their child in their online world. We cover topics such as online bullying, mental health and social media, as well as signposting to resources and organisations for help and support.