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Here at Kensington Primary School, we want to support families to stay safe online. An online safety agreement can be a great way to set boundaries and make sure everyone knows what is expected of them. 

Working Together to Keep Children Safe Online

Pledge for kids and teens

I will not touch or look at my phone when it’s dangerous to do so such as driving, riding a bike or walking.

I will be considerate of others and not use my phone to text or talk when it may disturb others or at inappropriate times or places such as in class or in theaters.

I will take care not to damage or lose my phone and will let my parents know right away if it is damaged, lost or stolen.

I will only use apps from legitimate app stores (like the Apple App Store or Google Play) and do a little research to make sure they’re appropriate and safe to use.

I will carefully review the privacy policies of any apps I use including what information the app collects or shares.

I will only use apps that share my location with family or personal friends I know from the real world.

I will not let my phone interfere with sleep, schoolwork or other important activities.

I will respect my own and other people’s privacy in pictures and posts that I share.

I will only share pictures and videos where everyone is appropriately dressed and will avoid sharing any images that could embarrass me or others or get anyone in trouble.

I will treat others respectfully and kindly in what I post, what I text and how I interact socially.

Parents’ Pledge

I will be a good role model and never text or use apps while driving or during other activities where phone use might be dangerous.

I will be considerate of others, including my family members, by refraining from using the phone when it might disturb people around me.

I will talk with my kids and set reasonable expectations about their smartphone use.

I will be considerate of my child and not text him or her while in class or at other inappropriate times.

I will take whatever action is appropriate if I feel my child has misused his or her phone or broken a family rule, but I will be thoughtful about such actions and not overreact.


E-Safety Resources

For resources to help you and your children to be safe online you can follow this link:

They have partnered with experts from Australia and the United States to provide as much information as possible. 


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