Online Safety & GDPR

Online Safety

Mr Faith, our St Stephen’s Computing Coordinator, hosts an Online Safety Workshop annually for the parents. Some parents / carers who were unable to attend enquired about getting copies of the workshop’s slideshow, along with it’s accompanying handouts….

They can be found via the links below:

Online Safety Workshop – Slideshow

Supporting Documents:

Are You An Oversharent (excerpted from Digital Parenting Magazine)?

Family Agreement – Template

Family Agreement – Advice

Keeping Under-Fives Safe Online

Live Streaming – E-Booklet

Supporting Young People Online

Think You Know – An education program to help stay safe online

If you require any clarification on any of the points raised in the slideshow / handouts, please don’t hesitate to contact Mr Faith via email. We hope you find the slideshow and handouts useful!



As you may be aware, stringent new data protection legislation (‘GDPR’) will be introduced on May 25th 2018.

As part of this, you will be required to ‘opt-in’ to most communications you receive from companies or institutions, be they public or private. This is why you’ve no doubt recently received many emails from retailers with the heading ‘Please Stay In Touch’ or something similar! A hard form was sent out in book bags a while back, but if you haven’t done so already, our general consent form is available digitally to download or print.

Provide your consent and sign here:

St Stephen’s CE Primary School – Consent Form For Parents

We also have our school Privacy Notice outlining the ways in which we use your child / children’s data. It can be found here:

St Stephen’s Privacy Notice 2020

You can also find our Data Protection Policy here:

Data Protection Policy

We at St Stephen’s take the security of your child / children’s data very seriously indeed and I hope the above documents provide you with the information that you need. However, if you have any further queries about GDPR and how we follow it, please don’t hesitate to email me (Luke Faith) at

Kind Regards,

Luke Faith

St Stephen’s Data Protection Officer