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Springhill Catholic Primary School

Online Safety


A video guide for parents and guardians to help children stay safe when playing on Roblox.

We are receiving an increasing number of safety concerns relating to this game which allows children to communicate with unknown users unless privacy settings are enabled.  As a result, we have created a video providing parents and guardians with a step-by-step guide on how to set up security settings for your child. In addition, it will include some more information about the specific safety concerns surrounding this game. Please take some time to watch this video and update your child’s privacy settings.

Click here to view the video

The following websites also offer some useful tips on staying safe when playing this game:

UK Safer Internet Centre


Ask about games

The website www.askaboutgames.com is a fantastic site designed to provide parents with all the information they need about the games that their children are playing. On this site, you will find information about PEGI ratings, family controls and parents’ guides to various games, including Roblox and Fortnite. Visit the website for more information. https://www.askaboutgames.com/advice/video-game-guides/

Parent Resource Hub

Online safety fact sheets, in addition to an interactive mobile-friendly guide for setting parental controls on popular devices.

Click here for the link

Please note, Duolingo Privacy Settings instructions apply ONLY to those who have chosen to pay for Duolingo Plus and not to the Duolingo for Schools version. Teachers set privacy settings for their classroom in Duolingo for Schools.

How to set parental controls on devices

An interactive guide giving practical instructions on how to set parental controls on the most common devices children use, including android phones, Fire tablet, iPhones and iPads, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation and Microsoft devices (Windows computers and Xbox), can be accessed by clicking on the link below.



Houseparty, a video calling app described as a face-to-face social network, enabling family and friends to keep in touch, has become one of the most downloaded apps since the introduction of social distancing. Children under the age of 13 must have a parent/carer's permission to access the service, although no proof of age is required to create an account.

To help parents and carers to understand what Houseparty is about and how to keep their children safe, the National Online Safety organisation has produced a guide for parents and carers.

The guide can be downloaded from the link, below, to the National Online Safety site where you will also find lots of tips on how to keep your child safe online.

National Online Safety - What parents need to know about Houseparty