The Catholic School of St Gregory The Great Believe and Achieve

Digital Wellbeing

St Gregory Digital Wellbeing Group
We have a very active Digital Wellbeing Group who plan and maintain Online Safety provision for our children, parents/ carers, Governors, staff and the wider community.


Digital Wellbeing Group Members

  • Mrs Charlotte Blanch (Headteacher),
  • Miss Kate Mortimer (Computing Cirriculum Lead)
  • Mrs Hayley Williams (Online Safety and School Council Lead)
  • Mrs Oliver - Lead Pastoral Practitioner
  • Mrs. Lewis (Teaching Partner)
  • Governor - Mr Holbrook
  • Parent – Mr Jones
  • Pupils – Digital Leaders Years 3 -6 and Smart School Council Reps)


Members of the Digital Wellbeing Group will assist the Digital Wellbeing Coordinator with:

  • Developing and maintaining Online Safety provision within the school.
  • The production / review / monitoring of the school Online Safety policy / documents.
  • Regular monitoring of Online Safety incident logs, and then creating a log of incidents to inform future Online Safety developments. 
  • Ensuring that all staff are aware of the procedures that need to be followed in the event of an Online Safety incident taking place.


The key responsibilities of a Digital Wellbeing co-ordinator include:

  • Developing an Online-safe culture
  • Being the main point of contact on issues relating to Online Safety
  • Putting together and leading an Online Safety team
  • Raising awareness and understanding of Online Safety issues amongst all stakeholders, including parents and carers
  • Embedding Online Safety in staff training, continuing professional development and across the curriculum and learning activities
  • Keeping a log and reporting on Online Safety incidents
  • Keeping up with relevant Online Safety legislation
  • Liaising with the local authority and other agencies as appropriate
  • Reviewing and updating Online Safety policies and procedures regularly