St Peter's E-Safety Page 

Use the links opposite to visit websites to become more aware of how to stay safe on the internet. Remember, if you find anything which worries or offends you on the internet, tell your teacher or parent straight away. You should never feel any awkwardness or embarrassment about doing this. 



Your full name
Your address
Your school
Your user name or password
Any pictures of yourself
Your email address
TOP TIPS if chatting online:
(St Peter's does not encourage online chat, and prefers any communication between pupils to use the secure MLE system tools)

 • Use a nickname online (not your real name) and a nickname that is not going to attract the wrong type of attention!

• Meeting up with an online friend can be dangerous – if you really have to meet up with them speak to an adult and make sure that they go with you.

• ALWAYS have a good look at the privacy settings of any spaces you post personal information on and make sure you know who can see or copy your stuff!

• Look out for your friends online and do something if you think they are at risk.

•Learn the SMART rules and use them when you chat online!

•Treat your online space with respect – only allow your real life friends to link to you…if you haven’t met them in real life don’t link to them

 • Delete chainmails - they're just rubbish.

Click Here for a printable set of these SMART RULES for when chatting Onlne 

    Remember - If you are made to feel uncomfortable or worse by anything that you see, or happens to you online, you can report it by clicking on a button with this picture BUT first discuss this with an adult you know well and trust if you can.


Children's Information and Activities

ThinkuKnow Website 


ThinkuKnow 5-7's

Meet Hector and watch and listen as he helps to keep you safe. Fun and Messages for children in Reception, Year 1 and 2

ThinkuKnow 8-10's

Interactive activities and tips for Junior Children, including an excellent Cyber Cafe to help you learn about internet dangers and precautions you can take.


Learn the SMART RULES for staying safe on the internet


Click above for this BRILLIANT interactive cartoon on Staying Safe using the SMART RULES. Watch out for the CROCODILE!!! (Particularly good for Years 1-4)

Newsround's Safe Surfing

Newround's guide on internet safety for Junior Children, particularly Years 5-6

Parents' Information and Tips

ThinkuKnow Parents

A good source of information for adults on how to keep your child safe


The parents' section for Kidsmart - a valuable resource for young people stayng safe on the internet


Print out a poster for your child to use at home.


The government agency for child safety on the internet.


Let's all learn on and enjoy using the Internet, but also STAY SAFE!