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Holy Rosary Primary School, Sunnyside Crescent Belfast

Parent Internet Safety Workshop.

We had a very helpful and informative workshop at Holy Rosary Primary School yesterday. Lots of helpful advice was given about how to keep our children safe online.

o2 and N.S.P.C.C are working together to help keep children safe online. For help with setting up parental controls on any device, on any network you can go into any o2 store where a member of staff will assist you to set up your parental controls.

Please go to the following links below for advice for all parents on how to help to protect our children in the online world.  shareaware



1st Mar 2022

Tackle e-safety as a family by joing the Legends Family Adventure. The link below contains lots of amazing videos, games and activities to help you and your family stay safe and secure online.  Have Fun!


1st Mar 2022

Be Internet Legends from Google and Parent Zone helps families to become safer and more confident explorers of the online world. 

As parents, you’re the experts on your kids – as well as their first and most important teachers. These tips and tricks are designed to support what you’re doing at home – while helping you to have fun together.



8th Feb 2022

As today was 'Safer Internet Day', we were very lucky to welcome digital expert & speaker Wayne Denner to our school. Wayne held a 'Being Smart Online' workshop for our P6 & P7 children. The workshop focused on; the importance of being safe & smart online, how to have good digital hygiene and how we should be more aware of our digital footprint. 

Thank you for all the valubale information & top tips Wayne!

Information & e - safety top tips for parents can be found on Wayne's website linked below


C2k Safer Internet Competition 2017

Our Digital Leaders have surpassed themselves by rewriting the lyrics of a very popular song.

Listen to the story of a girl who makes wise choices online.

The message is loud and clear, that by making wise choices and positive changes to our online behaviour that our young people can and will make the Internet a safer and more positive place to be!


Well done to all of our Digital Leaders!