As a community, we need to recognise and guard against bullying, intimidation, discrimination and exploitation of vulnerable users online.

Online safety is an important part of keeping children safe at St Luke’s. We have extensive security measures and safe working practices in place in school, which are monitored both internally and externally, to help safeguard pupils from potential dangers or unsuitable material.

Each half term, children are taught how to stay safe and behave appropriately online. As a school, online safety incidents are dealt with in accordance with our Internet Safety Policy.

One of our Computing leaders, Mr Livesey, is available to offer advice at parents’ evenings.

If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact the school. We may be able to help or direct you to get advice about keeping you and your children safe whilst online.

Parent Resources

To try and help parents with the fast moving and changing world of internet and social media we’ve suggested a few internet sites on the right of this page which are fantastic resources, They contain information on different types of social media and how to help keep children safe.

Childnet also produce a leaflet for parents which you can download here.  

Privacy settings are an important part of keeping our young children safe and you can find out more information about them here.

Safety Card

Below you will find extremely useful safety cards that clearly explain how to adjust any privacy settings on consoles, streaming apps and other forms of technology.

Nintendo Switch
YouTube Kids
Amazon Prime Video
Playstation 5
iOS Privacy

Reporting abuse in education

The NSPCC helpline offers support and advice to children and adults who alleged sexual abuse at school and give out information about how to contact the police and report crimes.

The Report Abuse in Education helpline can be reached on 0800 136 663, on Monday to Friday 8am-10pm, or 9am-6pm at weekends and via email on

Further Links

Here are a number of links to websites to help parents and carers to understand how to keep your children save on the internet.

For more detailed information regarding specific social media apps, please see the posters below: