We will, as our pupils are growing and learning with us, care for, support and safeguard them whilst striving to encourage them to be responsible citizens and do the same for each other and their wider community.


We will strive to ignite our pupils’ desire and enthusiasm to learn without limits.


We will aim to encourage our pupils and school community to develop academically and socially which will develop their desire to explore the wider world, skilled and equipped to find out even more.


We will foster belief through believing in yourself, taking on challenges and digging deep within yourself to conquer fears.

Online Safety Leaders

Our Online Safety Leadership team is comprised of two children from each of our Phase 3 classes. 


The purpose of our team is to share a message of working and playing online in a safe manner: taking care of digital resources, being aware of the risks when online, and showing considerate behaviour when communicating with others. 


The Online Safety Leaders will assist teachers in supporting and advising pupils about safe handling of our ipads and chromebooks in lessons, and promote the message about staying safe online, especially in the areas of gaming and social media, which play a bigger role in the life of our children. 

Our Online Safety Leaders in 2021/22 are: 


Year 4


 I like going on Youtube but my parents make sure there is nothing inappropriate.


I like to use Youtube kids for fun and learning but I always check that its is set according to my age and I've been supervised by grownups.


I like to play Hungry Shark. I know that it is safe because I check with my dad before I play. I  


I like playing games but I make sure they are only PEGI 3 or 7.

Year 5



I like playing games online but I make sure to only speak to people I know.


I do gaming but when I do I keep the door open.


Year 6


I stay safe by only using apps that I'm supposed to have and by not talking to strangers on them.




I like to play online games. I stay safe by not talking to anybody I don't know and I don't give out my details.


I like to use Pinterest because it inspires me to draw more but I always check if they are appropriate drawings.


Safer Internet Day 2022


On Tuesday 8th February, Parkroyal marked Safer Internet Day 2022 with an assembly for Phase 2 and 3 children. Some of the Online Safety Leaders participated to share six important messages with the children to encourage safe behaviour whilst online. These messages will become commonplace around school as our children grow up in an ever-more connected world


  • Use a strong and secure password
  • Report anything that worries you
  • Don’t share personal details
  • Think before you post
  • Never arrange to meet
  • Make sure parents know what you access


Our Online Safety Leaders helped to create slides which they then presented to the school during the assembly. The slides can be found on by clicking here. In class, the children shared their ideas about showing respect online.


We would like to share with you advice from the UK Chief Medical Officer on screentime and social media which you may find helps you to manage your child’s experience online.


In response to our assembly, the children in Year 3 created a 'recipe' for respectful online relationships. We hope that all children will have a go at cooking this looks nourishing and delicious. 

Respectful online recipe by 3KD


Respectful online recipe by 3GH

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  • Lyon Street, Macclesfield, Cheshire,
  • SK11 6QX
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