Rosebank Primary School

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Online Safety

The internet is a great way for children to explore and learn, but with it changing all the time we need to ensure our children are staying safe online.

'Be Internet Legends' Assembly

Rosebank was visited by 'Parentzone' and Google who presented the 'Be Internet Legends' assembly to teach our children how to stay safe when using things such as social networks, games and apps.

Children were provided with a link to an exciting game to help them to learn more about how to stay safe online whilst becoming 'fearless explorers of the world'!  Please follow the link to learn more!:

Children's link

Parents were also provided with a link to resources to make it easy to teach online safety at home.  Please follow the link to learn more:

Parents links -


View our gallery below to see the fantastic assembly:

Online Safety for your child

Net Aware

Net Aware is your guide to the social networks your children use.  You can stay up to date and keep your child safe in today's digital world by following the link to the Net Aware site; 

Parental Guides for Online Games

The following documents will help take you through how to manage parental settings on your child's gaming devices at home - Playstation, WiiU, Xbox and Apple devices (iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch).  You will be able to monitor game play time, monitor what they are playing, and restrict communication with other online users.  To do this, please reference to the following documents;

Parental Guide - Nintendo 3DS

Parental Guide - Nintendo Switch

Parental Guide - Playstation

Parental Guide - WiiU

Parental Guide Xbox 360

Parental Guide Xbox One

House Party app 

Please be aware of safeguarding concerns regarding the group video messaging app “House Party”.  The app states users need to be 13 years old to use it, however it has been recommended users should be at least 15 years old.  Click in the links below for further information:

Find out the potential risks to children and young people.Download the House Party safety card for information on how to configure privacy settings as well as block and report users.

Accessing Support

The following organisations can be contacted to access support for any issues regarding your child's online safety.

NSPCC "Let's keep kids safe online"Anonymously & confidentially report child sexual abuse content