At Mount Stewart we are working with staff, pupils and parents/carers to create a school community which values the use of new technologies in enhancing learning, encourages responsible use of ICT, and follows agreed policies to minimise potential e-safety risks.
Digital Online Remote Learning Safety Policy
National Online Safety
We recommend you view our online safety guide for parents for ideas at home and supporting remote learning.
Online Safety Guide For Parents
Live streaming: video guide for parents and carers - Access the video
Tik Tok: a guide for parents and carers - how Tik Tok works
Below are some of the useful websites on internet and technology safety. Providing information, some have games for pupils to access and help them learn.
Other useful links for e-safety and resources used in school
Staying Safe Online for Children
For more information about staying safe online, please click on the links below.
BBC Online Safety
How to stay safe when you are online and links to lots of useful sites about online safety.
This site is all about the possible dangers of interactive services like chat, Instant Messaging, email, texting and online games. Find out what the dangers are and how to chat safely.
A fun place to learn about internet safety.
Don’t Be In The Dark
Part of Disney’s website. Safe surfing advice for kids, and parents too, presented in a fun way.
Get Safe Online
A really useful site.
Lots of useful information, games and activities to help you learn and practice your online safety skills. (There are areas for parents and teachers too).
Simple advice and links to further advice on the Internet Safety Zone. This is part of the CEOP (Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre). There are sections for different age groups and for parents and teachers.