Corpus Christi Primary School




E-Safety Policy                   

Social Networking Policy 


At Corpus Christi RC Primary School, we appreciate the positive impact that the online world can have on children's education. We provide children with regular and rich opportunities to learn about the importance of staying safe online, both at home and at school.

These include:

• Participating in Safer Internet Day annually 
• Online safety competitions 
• Discussions with children during every Computing lesson or cross-curricular use of ICT about how to stay safe 
• Computing units within the curriculum with a focus on leaving a positive digital footprint (such as website design in Year Five and online safety in Year Six) 
• Workshops with children from outside agencies, such as the NSPCC
• Parent workshops 

• Half termly e-safety newsletters                       

E-Safety September Newsletter 

E-Safety October Newsletter 

E-Safety November Newsletter 

E-Safety January Newsletter 

E-Safety February Newsletter 

E-Safety March Newsletter 

E-Safety April Newsletter 

E-Safety May Newsletter 













/Guidance for Parents

NSPCC Share Aware guide NSPCC Your Child's Online World - Guide for Parents

Social Media Guides and Resources

10 Top Tips for respect onlineCheck in with friends guide 2022 Setting up parental controls Inspiring children to build a better digital world 2022 Info about phone scamsInfo about age appropriate content Apple guided access Parents guide to Fortnite Parents guide to NetflixParents guide to Pokemon GoParents guide to Roblox Setting up devices Parents guide to Snapchat Parents guide to TikTok Parents guide to Whatsapp Sharing kindness online