Online Safety


Online Safety



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The Internet changes each and everyday, consequently parents and all adults working with children always need to be one step ahead so that they are well-informed about applications, websites, games and social media platforms.


You can find our E-Safety Policy through this link.



Top tips for staying safe online

    • Remember that everyone you meet online is a stranger, even though they might seem like a friend.
    • Always give out a nickname when you log on and never give out any details that would allow someone you meet online to contact you. This includes your full name, home or school address, email address and phone numbers.
    • If you publish a picture of yourself online, remember anyone can change it or share it, or use it to try and contact you.
    • Never arrange to meet up alone with anyone you make friends with online, but if you are going to make sure you take an adult you trust and meet in a public place.
    • Accepting emails or opening files from people that you don’t really know can get you into trouble – they may contain viruses or nasty messages.
    • Talk to an adult you know well and ask for help if you are upset or worried about anything you have been sent online.

Contact the School

Castle Primary School and Nursery

Mow Cop Road, Mow Cop, Stoke-on-Trent
Staffordshire, ST7 4NE

If you wish to request a paper copy of information on our website please use the school email.

Main Contact: Miss J Mason

Tel: 01782 433218
[email protected]

SEN Contact: Miss J Mason

SEN Email: [email protected]