School Announcements: 21/01/2020
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Online Safety

All staff and pupils at St Joseph’s are responsible for using the school computing systems and equipment safely. All members and visitors to the school are expected to sign and return the appropriate Acceptable Usage Policy before being given access to the school system. These policies are reviewed annually.

All staff at St Joseph’s are trained to recognise online safety issues and it is embedded within our teaching curriculum and we continuously plan accordingly to ensure the online safety of our children in and out of school at all times.

“Learning about online safety is a vital life skill. Empowering children at an early age with the knowledge to safeguard themselves and their personal information is something that needs to be nurtured throughout school to see them into adult life.” (Alan McKenzie, e-safety advisor, 2012).

Parents Guide to buying Tech Gifts for Christmas

Please find below a link to “St Joseph’s Parent’s guide to keeping your child safe online”

parents guide to e-safety

How to set parent control on broadband and devices, click on link below;

Online Safety Day; 5th February 2019

All of our pupils will be taking part in school assemblies and class activities and below are a number of links to parent guidance for Online Safety for you to use at home.

SID2019 Parents and Carers – Pack Overview

SID2019 Parents and Carers – Conversation Starters

SID2019 Parents and Carers – Fun Things To Do

SID2019 Parents and Carers – Internet Safety Plan

SID2019 Parents and Carers – Quick Activities

PDF version of Digital Parenting Magazine is below.

Digital Parent issue 7

Digital Parenting 6 NEW


Current Online Apps/Games and media stories:

Momo Challenge: updated information.

Fortnite Battle Royale:

Please find links to both a Parents’ Guide and UK Safer Internet Centre guidance and advice regarding Fortnite Battle Royale.

Parents’ Guide:

UK Safer Internet Centre:

Links to additional websites for your information:

NSPCC guidance for parents:

CEOP ReportThis button links directly to the CEOP (Child Exploitation and Online Protection) agency reporting abuse website. Wherever you see this sign, you are able to report any online abuse.

Click on the KidSMART image for some really helpful tips on how to stay safe online.


Check out the think you know site . What do you know?