New technologies have become integral to the lives of children and young people in today's society. At St Joseph's we want our children to embrace this and become proficient users of technology, whilst also teaching them to be safe and responsible online.
We try and incorporate internet safety themes across our curriculum, embedding it into any time the children spend online.
Whilst our school strives to empower our children with the skills and knowledge to stay safe, it is important that parents join us in this too. Below is a list of websites full of help and tips to keep your children safe online at home.
If any parents have any concerns relating to E-Safety, please do not hesitate to contact Mrs Wilde (Y3 teacher) or Mrs McFarlane, at any time.
UK Safer Internet Centre
The website below provides advice on parental controls using your home computer
Internet Matters helps with esafety and contained within this website there are links to games for you to play with your child, aimed at pre-school children to Teens (14+)
Advice for parents and careers can been found using this link