Our Lady Immaculate Catholic Primary School

Safeguarding and Online Safety

Designated Safeguarding Lead: Mrs C. Sergeant (Headteacher)

Safeguarding Team: Mrs J. Brown (Deputy Headteacher), Mrs L. Partington (Deputy Headteacher) , Mrs D. Finnigan (Learning Mentor)

Safeguarding Governor  Mr K Peers

If you have concerns about a child you can make a referral to Careline on (0151) 233 3700 


Information and advice for parents 


Please click the image above to visit the Safeguarding Hub Resource Page which is a free hub of national safeguarding resources to empower children, young people and all adults supporting them.


Barnardo’s Website – Child sexual Exploitation – Spot The signs 
CSE Spot the signs leaflet for parents

CSE Spot the signs leaflet for children/young people

NSPCC Website –  Keeping children safe information for parents

NSPCC – website link to “The Underwear Rule”

Is my child ready to be left home alone?

Baby and toddler safety

Staying safe away from home


E- Safety information for Parents – Keeping your child safe online

BBC OWN it – A place to help children make the most of their time online 

The Stop, Speak , Support campaign to prevent cyberbullying

 I’m worried about cyberbullying -Information for parents

 Scary challenges online POSTER

Supporting young people online leaflet for parents

Childline – Staying safe online advice for children

NSPCC advice for parents about Sexting

NSPCC = Advice for parents – Talking to your child about online safety

Think U Know website information for parents

NSPCC Share Aware-  e-safety resources for parents

Educate against HATE  website

CEOP – reporting online abuse

Digital Parenting Magazine Issue 4


UK Safer Internet Website – information for parents


Children’s Acceptable Use Agreement 

Digital technologies have become integral to the lives of children and young people, both within schools and outside school. These technologies are powerful tools, which open up new opportunities for everyone. These technologies can stimulate discussion, promote creativity and stimulate awareness of context to promote effective learning. Young people should have an entitlement to safe internet access at all times.  Each year KS2 children read, discuss and then sign this agreement.

This Acceptable Use Agreement is intended to ensure:

  • That young people will be responsible users and stay safe while using the internet and other digital technologies for educational, personal and recreational use.
  • That school systems and users are protected from accidental or deliberate misuse that could put the security of the systems in jeopardy and will have good access to digital technologies to enhance their learning and will, in return, expect the pupils to agree to be responsible users.

Thanks Mrs Bowcock

Pupils Acceptable Use Agreement









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