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Home Learning & Staying Safe Online



Thinkuknow are producing activity packs for parents & carers on a fortnightly basis.  They contain simple 15-minute activities to be done at home with your child using the Thinkuknow resources.  Use the link below to visit the Thinkuknow website where you can download your age-appropriate pack(s) - these are available from 4yrs to 14yrs+.

Thinkuknow are also sharing advice, information & helpsheets with parents and carers to help support children online at home.



Another comprehensive website offering help and advice for families in a digital world.

Have a look at their latest article regarding how to keep your family's spirits up while self-isolating.

Childline's Calm Zone




Many children and adults have times when they find it tricky to stay calm.  Childline have launched a new area of their website to help.  Their Calm Zone includes: Activities; Breathing Exercises; Expressing Yourself; Yoga Videos; Games; Way to cope videos; and is free to use.


E-safety Accreditation



At Kingston St Mary C of E Primary School, we are committed to embedding online safety throughout the school. This was acknowledged when we received the e-safety accreditation in July 2015. This also recognises the empowerment of learners to share responsibility and keep themselves and others safe.


Safer Internet Day


The theme for Safer Internet Day 2021 is 'An internet we trust, exploring reliability in the online world'.

A guide to support parents in recognising the reliability of the information that you encounter online and being able to advise your children, enabling them to grow into a responsible digital citizen who is able to keep themselves safe while, at the same time, getting the very best from the digital world.

Some more useful external links