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At Holy Trinity, we believe it is vitally important to work in partnership with parents and carers to support children in learning about staying safe online and becoming good digital citizens.


All teaching and support staff receive annual training in online safety.

Alongside this we also provide:

  • E-safety workshops for Year 6 pupils
  • Cybersafety training for Year 5 and 6 delivered by our PCSO 
  • An annual Internet Safety Day for all pupils
  • Lessons across the school to support and nurture the pupils understanding of E-Safety (please see our Progression Document under Computing on the Curriculum page)
  • Updates and alerts are also sent out to parents as necessary



Wake Up Wednesday- Hints & Tips for Parents

Dear Families,

With social media now playing a major part in our everyday lives, together with the increase in the number of children who own or have access to a smart phone (as confirmed by the Education Minister, Gillian Keegan) our school has signed up to the National Safety Online website which has a number of guides called #wakeupewednesday.

These posters give hints and tips about how you can talk to your child/ren about being safe online. We all have a duty to ensure our children are save from online abuse and misuse so we hope you find these guides helpful. They will be sent to you each Wednesday via Parent mail and will also be available below.


Information from National Online Safety

Criminals continue to find new and devious ways to attempt to hijack our online transactions and harvest our private information. To them, the smart devices that many of us now use as standard at home are simply a convenient back door into our lives – and our networks. Check out our #WakeUpWednesday guide for advice on beefing up your household’s cyber resilience. In the guide you'll find tips on a number of potential risks such as how to use a password manager, how to back up your data and how to check for breaches.




Online Safety Newsletter and Resources