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Staying Safe Online

Online safety is a whole school issue and the staff in Bangor Central ensure that in school the children stay safe and secure whilst online. When the children are online on a desktop, their digital footprint is monitored by C2k with the help of Securus


Securus is an eSafety tool available to schools via the C2k network to safeguard children in their use of desktops . This means that while the children are online in school, their actions are monitored and their search content is filtered. This protects all users from inappropriate content that appears online.

When using the school iPads, all apps are connected to the teaching and learning that is taking place in the classroom and the children follow the code of conduct set out by each teacher for the correct use of the device.                                            


Every year we take part in Internet Safety Day, which encourages all children to discuss their use of the internet including online games and apps. The staff talk in depth about the 'digital footprint' and encourage children to be more responsible online.

To learn about eSafety at our school, please take a look at our eSafety policy.


Safer Internet Day 6th February 2024

Safer Internet Day 2024 will take place on the 6th of February 2024, with celebrations and learning based around the theme ‘Inspiring change? Making a difference, managing influence and navigating change online’.

Safer Internet Day is the UK’s biggest celebration of online safety. Each year we cover an online issue or theme that speaks to the things young people are seeing and experiencing online. Created in consultation with young people across the UK, this year Safer Internet Day will be focusing on change online, this includes covering:

  • Young people’s perspective on new and emerging technology
  • Using the internet to make change for the better
  • The changes young people want to see online
  • The things that can influence and change the way young people think, feel and act online and offline


Parental Involvement

Digital technology is advancing at an alarming rate and it is the responsibility of the grown up to ensure that the young people in our care are staying safe online. It is important that children are not exposed to online material or games that are inappropriate.

Age Appropriate Games and Applications

Concerns about Online Safety

Remote Learning resources for 4-7 year olds

Remote Learning for 7- 11 year olds

How safe are you online? Test your safety knowledge by taking this online quiz? It will let you know if you are a responsible online user or maybe there are some things you need to know to be more responsible!