Keeping safe online

E-safety is a phrase that many people will have heard of but how many know what it actually means?

E-safety at a simple level means being safe on the internet, we also include the safe use of technology in this as well. The pace at which technology is evolving can make it difficult to keep up to date and know how best to keep your child safe when online.

We all play an extremely important role in inspiring young people and shaping their futures, but we also have a responsibility to safeguard children’s wellbeing, in both the classroom and online. Online abuse can take shape in a number of forms including:

  • Bullying/cyberbullying
  • Sexual Exploitation
  • Grooming
  • Emotional Abuse

We include a 1 page guide about an aspect of e-safety in each of our newsletters.  These are also copied below.

If you have any questions about how to keep your child safe online, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with their tutor, Head of Year or Mr Will Matthews (Assistant Headteacher).

Useful documents and links:

St Luke’s is a wonderful place; is a school full of staff who are dedicated to improving the life chances of every student that attends the school.


Having seen the amazing impact of our coaching programme, we're proud to have been selected as a Steplab Coaching Hub, supporting leaders to implement high quality professional development across their school. We love visitors and you're guaranteed lots of practical ideas and bottomless tea, coffee and biscuits! To find out more about our approach to instructional coaching, check out this free downloadable beginner's'guide written by Peps McCrea, Director of Research at Steplab. To book a coaching hub visit to our school, just email the friendly team at