information FOR PARENTS

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The Child Exploitation & Online Protection Centre

The internet is a great way to discover, create and connect with people. Issues around the safe use of the internet and cyberbullying are few and far between but they do happen, in all walks of life.

St Joseph's proactively promote e-safety and the prevention of cyberbullying. Bullying in any form has no place at St Joseph's. Our E-Safety team in school can advise all students, parents and governors on e-safety issues. Please use the 'Contact Us' tab to get in touch if you have any queries.

Department for Education - Advice for Parents and Carers on cyber bullying

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Do I share too much of my child's life online?

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This guide features what children do online, the threat of online strangers and how to ensure a healthy balance between Internet use, your children’s online privacy, digital security and more on online safety to mention.


Here’s the link - https://www.safetydetectives.com/blog/parents-guide-for-safe-youtube-and-internet-streaming-for-kids/

Online Do's  and Online Dont's

Advice for children on how to keep safe in the online world; from protecting their personal information to dealing with strangers, here are 14 tips.


Facebook is one of the biggest, if not the biggest, social media platform on the planet. It’s rare to find people who haven’t heard of it and, even if you aren’t a user, chances are your children are or they want to be. But do parents need to worry about their child’s activity on Facebook? How can it impact them? And what safety measures can be put in place? Find out with this guide.

Created by digital app expert and former Facebook employee, Alex Wright, this guide explores the main features of Facebook that parents and carers should be aware of around the safety and wellbeing of their children. As always, the guide will also provide a number of useful tips for parents and carers to consider around providing a safer experience for their children. 

Call of Duty
Gaming expert Mark Foster advises parents about the 18+ rated game and the potential dangers for younger children who play it.


Understand your 'Mobs' from your 'Mods'. Learn how parents and carers can build their knowledge to ensure children are playing the game safely



What is it, what are the dangers and how can parents and carers ensure children use the app safely? Please see the guide below.


'Tis the season to be social'

Time off school means more time online. This #WakeUpWednesday we provide children with 12 tips to stay safe on social media! With kids sharing their festivities online, it’s vital that they know what to do & not to do.


In an ever-evolving online world, sometimes it’s difficult to make sense of the huge selection of apps and games available to young minds. The choices are almost endless and it’s not always possible to know which apps are age-appropriate, which games are safe to play and just what content your child is being exposed to. That’s why we’ve shared these three handy guides for parents and carers with suggested apps and games that children might enjoy using to learn and play.

Parents Information Sheet - Video Games & Violence

Parent Information Sheet - WhatsApp

Parent Information Sheet - TikTok App

Top Tips For Parents - National Online Safety 

Tim Pinto - E-Safety Workshops for Parents, Staff and Children

Tim Pinto visited St Joseph's School to help us all learn how to stay safe online. He worked with parents, children and the staff.

Please click here to see the E-Safety presentation to parents.

E-Safety Now is a termly newsletter offering information about online safety for schools and can be found in the 'Latest News' section. It also includes free parent/teacher resources. Please visit https://esafetyoffice.co.uk/ for more details.

Doncaster Council have an information page to support anti-bullying and online protection.
Please click the link below to view their website.


Advice for parents and carers: setting up Parental controls 


In addition to parental controls offered by your internet service provider (ISP), some devices, such as games consoles, tablets and smart phones have additional settings. Please read the   Parents' Guide to Technology produced  by the Safer Internet Centre for more information.


Below are some great websites to help students and parents get the most out of your technology, use the internet responsibly and to keep you and those you care about safe on the internet.


Staying Safe on the Internet

Safer Internet Centre

Advice and resources for parents from setting up parental controls offered by your internet provider to parental guides to new technology.


Find out what's good and what's not so good on the internet and what you can do about it.

Know IT All

An interactive internet safety resource.  Contains the latest advice on cyberbullying and reporting.


Information and advice to encourage responsible digital citizenship. 


Great for children, teachers, parents and carers.  Fun games and activities alongside internet safety advice.


Social Networks and Blogs

Snapchat esafety


Parents - understand the positive and creative ways people are using social networking spaces and the potential risks of using these sites and the ways to minimise these risks.


Information about social networking sites and how to use them responsibly, plus advice on preventing and responding to cyberbullying.


Computer Protection



Produced by young people. Explores the issues of internet security and protection with explanations, important information and advice on how to protect a computer from viruses, phishing, scams, spyware and trojans.