At QRA we thrive as a school because we can focus on enjoying learning. This is only possible because all our stakeholders have collective responsibility for our safe school, as wellbeing of all children is paramount. We all care and we all strive to make QRA the safest place to learn. Here is a ‘non-exclusive’ overview of features of QRA safety.



Tik Tok e-safety


7 foolproof tips to beat cyberbullying

Cyberbullying is when a person or people use mobile phones, social networks, emails, gaming or any digital technology to threaten, tease or humiliate someone else.

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Stay Safe Online – advice for pupils

The internet is an amazing place to be creative, chat with friends and find interesting fun stuff. You may spend a lot of time online, so it’s important to make the most of it and enjoy it whilst also being safe, sensible and respectful to others too. Here’s the BBC’s guide to being smart about who you meet and what you do online…

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If you are worried about a child’s safety you can always contact us at school. If you prefer to contact an outside agency then the NSPCC or CEOPs (online issues) are good places to start…