Safe Online Learning

There is a lot of help and advice available about protecting your children when they use the internet. The most important piece of advice is to talk to your children and to make sure that they feel that they can talk to you about anything which worries them or makes them uncomfortable online. Even if you think that your children are protected by parental controls and privacy settings, it is well worth checking some of the sites linked here, just to make sure.

Think U Know

Know IT All for Parents

BBC WebWise


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Take a look at the links below to find:

 Information and Online Resourcespdflogo

Conversation Starters, pdflogo

Quick Activities pdflogo

Fun Things to Do pdflogo

These are for parents and children together to make using the internet safe and fun.

At St. John’s we seek to provide regular training for staff and parents so that we can keep children safe online.
Further details of advice and training can be found on this page.

See our safeguarding page for bulletins about many ways to keep children safe including online safety.