E-Safety

At St John's we take e-safety issues very seriously. We feel it is vital to inform children and parents, and so, safeguard them from risks in the digital world.

This will include:

  • Cyber bullying
  • Safe internet use
  • Learning how to use technologies in a positive way
  • Understanding the benefits and risks of online use.

We encourage the learning and understanding of e-safety issues in:
  • E-safety weeks with workshops
  • Parent information evenings
  • Computer curriculum with embedded e-safety knowledge.

 

Below are some useful links:

Useful website for parents, teachers and children

to access and learn about e-safety in a lively and fun way

Advice, help and report centre for 

all e-safety issues.

Parental control website Useful website for teaching families how to protect themselves on their digital devices at home.
St John's E-safety information evening for parents - led by Mr Dunne