Staying Safe Online

The internet is now part of our everyday lives.  Children, young people and adults alike use it to learn, work, play and socialise via their computers, tablets, phones and games consoles.

The internet can be an interesting and fun place to spend time, it can also be a dangerous place if you are not sensible, responsible and don’t know how to stay safe online.

St Vincent’s has a E-safety team, consisting of staff and governors,  who are committed to ensuring that pupils are kept advised, regarding staying safe, whilst embracing modern technologies.

Here are some sources of information and advice for pupils and parents:

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