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Online Safety

Online Safety or Internet Safety is something we take very seriously at St. Mark's School.  We are proud to have been the first Primary school in the country to have been awarded the E-Safety Mark and have maintained this accreditation for more than 10 years.

We actively want to support both children and parents on ways to keep safe online.


The internet and technology develops and changes constantly at a rapid rate.  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.

Below we have listed some tips to help you be more involved with your child's online world, and some links to websites that can give you more detailed information about keeping safe.  If you have any concerns about your child and the internet please feel free to speak to our family adviser Mrs Davis, Mrs Bath or your child's class teacher.



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Below are the Acceptable Use of the Internet Documents that the children must adhere to when using computers and the internet 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.
These websites can help: