eSafetyStudent Online Safety

Equipping our students with the knowledge and skills to stay safe online forms an important part of the college curriculum. The college also has an Acceptable Use policy for the use of ICT including online platforms.

The named contact for eSafety education at the college is Mr C. Gough – Leader of Digital Strategy.

There is vast amount of information available on the internet providing advice to both young people and parents/carers on how to stay safe online. Below are some of the links that college considers to be most helpful.

Safer Schools App logo

Have you downloaded our new App? This is available completely free of charge to students and parents carers.  The college will be in touch with your 4 digit access code.  Please contact the college if you don’t receive  a code. Download the app for Apple and Android devices via your App store.


Leeds Prevent – Online Safety Advice for Parents  link

Houseparty app Safegurding Alert updated 31.3.2020

The college has been advised to share the following information and advice for parents and carers link


A Safety Guide for Parents Link

Resources for Students Good for Parents Good for All
UK Safer Internet Centre Internet Matters Childnet
KidSMART Get Safe Online ThinkuKnow
Childline The latest text slang


The Lucy Faithfull Foundation

Helpful Parent Guides

Parental Controls on Smartphones and Tablets 

Apple iPhone & iPad Android Phone Android Tablet

Games Consoles

Microsoft Xbox One Xbox 360 Xbox Family
Nintendo Nintendo 3DS Nintendo Switch WiiU
Sony Playstation

The following guides have been produced by ThinkuKnow and offer good advice for parents on some of the most common online media used by young people.



Policy Agreements

“A new command I give you: Love one another. As I have loved you, so you must love one another.

New technologies have become integral to the lives of children and young people in modern society, both within schools and in their lives outside of school. The internet provides young people with powerful tools and applications for research, collaboration and social interaction. Where used responsibly they stimulate discussion, promote creativity and support teaching and learning. They also provide opportunities for staff to be more creative and productive in their work

It is the policy of Corpus Christi Catholic College that all authorised staff and volunteers should have an entitlement to safe internet access at all times.

Click this link to download the full Student Acceptable Use Policy Agreement

Click this link to download the full Staff & Volunteer Acceptable Use Policy Agreement





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