Keeping your child safe online
The internet is a fantastic tool and there is a wealth of information online. We encourage all our pupils to use the internet to extend their knowledge and understanding around a range of subjects.
The internet can, however, be a daunting and sometimes dangerous place for children. We regularly teach online safety within lessons across all age ranges within school.
As a parent you need to be aware of the risks your child will face when they use the internet and other electronic forms of communication. On this page, you will find some useful material to help you keep your child safe online.
We take E-safety really seriously at Bramley St. Peter’s and are proud to have partnered with the Safer Schools app to provide teachers, parents and pupils with information that will help to educate, empower and protect our whole school community.
The Safer Schools app is the perfect digital safeguarding communication and training toolkit. Information on the app is constantly updated and always kept up to date with the latest digital crazes and the issues we may come across while using them.
We encourage all our staff and parents to download the app to find out how to help keep our children here at Bramley St. Peter’s safe while allowing them the freedom to explore and learn on their own digital platform.
Scan the QR codes below to download the app straight to your device or alternatively, search for 'Safer Schools' in the App Store or Google Play and follow the instructions below to gain access.
Logging in to the Safer Schools App
1. Select your school from the dropdown menu and click .
2. Enter the provided or scan the QR code below.
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