Useful Links and Advice
Always be careful when you are using the internet. It can help you to keep in touch with your friends and help your education – but it can also cause harm – to you and to others.
Click on the links below to find some great online safety activities!
As part of our ongoing commitment to keeping your children safe in our ever increasing technological world, each class will be taught about E Safety within their computing lessons at the start of every term. We also have a focus week around 'Safer Internet day'.
UK Safer Internet Day
Safer Internet Day runs each year, (this year February 7th 2023), and is joined by organisations worldwide in approximately 170 countries in an effort to make the internet a safe place for children and young people.
In the UK, Safer Internet Day unites millions of young people, schools and organisations to spark conversations on key issues around online safety.
More on E-Safety
For more information on the objectives your children will be taught, please see the ‘Computing’ section under the curriculum tab.
There are also many websites to give you up to date information on the topic of E Safety. Please take the time to visit these websites and discuss the importance of this area with your children.
Understanding online safety is tricky for all ages. We have advice to help you learn about staying safe online as a family.
Other Useful Websites for you to visit:
Tips for staying safe online:
Remember help is always available at school if you are having any problems online.
Don’t be afraid to talk to your teacher or another adult at school.
We have used many different resources for all the above material and would like to acknowledge their work on keeping us all safe whilst we are online.
If you have any questions or would like more information about E Safety at St Joseph's & Teresa's School, please look at our E Safety Policy under the 'policies' section of this website or contact Mr Jonathan Schwartz. Thank you.
The South West Grid for Learning 'Whisper' is an invaluable way to ensure your educational community feels able to communicate online issues to those responsible, and sends out the message that it is OK to speak up about online issues or worries.
There is also an option to remain anonymous, so that students, parents or teachers can raise topics without fear.
To visit their page please click below: