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St Pauls CE Primary School

Digital Safety in School

Digital Safety in School

“We will provide an enthusing, evolving and empowering environment for safe, inclusive lifelong learning in a digital world”

St Paul’s Primary School Vision 2019


Digital Safety in the Curriculum at St Paul’s

Our overall aim is to ensure pupils are responsible, competent, confident and creative users of information and communication technology.

KS1 will use technology safely and respectfully, keeping personal information private; identify where to go for help and support when they have concerns about content or contact when using digital devices.

KS2 will use technology safely, respectfully and responsibly; recognise acceptable/unacceptable behaviour; identify a range of ways to report concerns about content and contact.

To support the delivery of our Computing curriculum we have devised our own Computing curriculum for Years 1-6 linking where possible to the schools topic cycle. This covers all fours aspects of Computing and Coding every year.


In school we have linked our 'Golden Rules' to digital safety.

Show Respect

  • I will only use digital technology when given permission from an adult.
  •  I will stop using digital technology when asked.
  • My passwords are my property; I will not share my passwords with anyone other than my parent/carer or teacher.

Be Kind

  • I will use polite language when using digital technology.
  • I will log off the digital technology when I am finished, and hibernate laptops or computers so others can start their learning quickly.

Listen and Learn

  • I will only change/edit my own work.
  • I will ask permission from an adult before I delete any of my work.

Try your Best

  • I will only use my own log in on digital technology.
  • I will tell an adult if I see anything that makes me feel uncomfortable or upset or I think someone else has learned my password.

Key Digital Safety Posters we use in school

  • Ofsted
  • St Pauls CE Primary School

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