At CCJ, we understand the importance of e-Safety for our pupils, family and community. We want to ensure that every child in our care is safe, and the same principles apply to the ‘virtual’ or digital world as are applied to our physical world.
We have strict filtering systems and policies in place to protect our pupils online as far as possible. Despite this we understand that using digital devices and the web is never 100% safe, therefore we try really hard to ensure that our pupils are equipped for situations which might be unsuitable or uncomfortable both in school and when using technology at home.
Click here to see our E-Safety Policy or use the links below to support you with e-safety at home and answer any questions you may have. If you need any further advice or support please do not hesitate to ask Mr Desmond, our E-Safety Lead or email email@example.com.
If you are a pupil or parent of a child at Christ Church Junior and you have an E-Safety concern that you would like to report (concerning anything at home or school) then please follow this link.
Using a search engine safely at home
No search engine is ever 100% safe but these link are to some “safer” search engines.
To find information you might want to try-
or you could set up Google's 'SafeSearch' by following the instructions here.
To find images you might want to try-
The SMART Rules
The image on the left shows the SMART rules that all of our pupils are taught to follow to be safe online. The rules comes with resources and videos that you can access via Childnet (see link below). By clicking on the poster, you can download it to discuss at home with your children.
There are plenty of documents to support you at home with specific sites and apps.
You can access some of them here:
For more guides and information please visit https://www.connectsafely.org/parentguides/.
CEOP works with child protection partners across the UK and overseas to identify the main threats to children and coordinates activity against these threats to bring offenders to account. CEOP protects children from harm online and offline, directly through NCA led operations and in partnership with local and international agencies.
Childnet provides information, guidance, games and activities for children and their parents. They have a section for parents with lots of advice and tips about parental controls.
The UK Safer Internet Centre is coordinated by a partnership of three leading organisations; Childnet International, the South West Grid for Learning and the Internet Watch Foundation.