St Francis CofE Primary School


Social Media Guides

See the links below that give guides to Social Media Apps and Websites.

Facebook Twitter Snapchat Instagram 


Social Media Age Restrictions

We are aware of a number of children in our school who use social media. Please be aware that most social media apps or websites state a minimum user age in their terms and conditions. See the image below for a quick guide to age restrictions.

Social Media Age Restrictions


Safer Internet Day

 Every year Mr Farmer leads a whole school assembly about Safer Internet Day. Please ask your children about e-safety and being safe on the internet. Below are some information flyers and the Powerpoint Mr Farmer used in Assembly.


Parent information

More information can be found on the Safer Internet Day website

Year 6 Safer Internet Day posters

 Riannon.pdf      Nathaniel- Internet Safety.pdf

Brandon-internet safety .pdf  Holly -Internet safety

.pdfashlynemma.pdf     kezia's posters.pdf     Maddie internet poster.pdf    WILL ELLIOT MATT.pdf



E-Safety at St Francis 

 Why is e-Safety so important? 

Take a look at these infographics below:


You can view Ofcom's full report here:


Did you know?

  • 59% of children aged 10 have used a social network. (The Social Age –
  • 20% of children aged between 8 and 12 years, who use the Internet at home, say they have a profile on social networking sites such as Facebook. (Ofcom Children and Parents – Media Use and Attitudes Report)
  • Teenagers spend about six hours a day online, while parents think their kids spend only four hours. (Digital Deception – McAfee Software Security Survey
  • 64% of teen Internet users have access to a smartphone and 67% to a tablet. (Family Online Safety Institute)
  • According to a recent survey, Twitter is now the most popular social network among American teens. (Statista Inc – Source Piper Jaffray Companies)
  • 29% of college admissions officers from the top national, regional and liberal arts colleges and universities in the US have Googled candidates. (Kaplan Prep Test)
  • One in five employers use social networking sites to research job candidates. (Career Builder)
  • 75% of young people claimed that they could not live without the Internet. (YouthNet UK)


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