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Using the internet and mobile devices is central to many of our students’ lives. We recognise the enormous value these technologies have in helping our students learn and function effectively in the 21st Century. Our school has pioneered the use of e-learning tools such as our Moodle virtual learning environment.

With these opportunities comes the need to protect our students from the associated risks. We take e-Safety very seriously.  In addition to taking steps such as web filtering, we educate our students about the risks they face on-line and how they can protect themselves.

All students are required to read and sign our IT Acceptable Use Policy, which describes the responsibilities students have when using IT. The IT Acceptable Use Policy can be found in our Online Safety Policy on the Policies page.

Speak, Monitor, Report, Teach

If you have any concerns or wish to discuss any element of e-Safety further, please contact

If something has happened online that has made you feel worried or unsafe, you can report it to CEOP, the Child Exploitation and Online Protection command.

Under 18 and worried about online sexual abuse? To report, click to visit the CEOP Safety Centre.

Click to report to CEOP

There are a number of other useful websites that contain easily accessible information and guidance about e-Safety. 

Report Remove

Report Remove is a tool that allows young people to report an image or video shared online, to see if it's possible to get it taken down and stop the possibility of it being shared on other platforms.

Click to access Report Remove image

Shore from The Lucy Faithfull Foundation

The Foundation run a support service called Shore which is a safe space for teenagers worried about sexual behaviour. It offers anonymous advice and support to help manage worrying thoughts and learn more about living safely both online and offline.

Internet Matters

Some of the major broadband providers have launched Internet Matters, a not-for-profit organisation offering parents further resources to help them keep their children safer online; while supporting broadband parental controls.


SMART rules from Childnet International and Know It All for Parents


Home Office site for students and parents/carers explaining internet dangers and how to stay in control.

RSPH #StatusOfMind Report

The Royal Society of Public Health's Report on social media and young people's mental health.

Contact us

St. Mary Redcliffe and Temple School
Somerset Square, Bristol, BS1 6RT

0117 3772100