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St. James' CE Primary School

eSafety - Children

If you are worried by something and you want to tell someone at school about it, click the button above, you don't have to leave your name if you don't want to, we will always try to help you.‚Äč

Or you can text us by texting STJ2 and then send your message to 078600 21584.

If you are worried by something on the internet you can click the button above  to report it to CEOP, who look after children's safety on the internet.

Kidsmart – full of great clicks and tricks to get up-to-date and test your internet safety skills

 

CBBC Stay Safe films, tips and tricks with all your TV favourites
Browser security settings - how to stay safe when searching the internet.

 

Try this child-friendly
picture search engine

Try this child-friendly
search engine

Try this child-friendly
search engine.

Stand up to Cyberbullying

Cyberbullying -
a Newsround special

A film  by Jam-AV & Eastlands Primary School on the effects of Cyberbullying

Horrible Histories -
Guide to Internet Privacy

Horrible Histories -
Surfing the Web Safely

Horrible Histories -
Spam Internet Safety
Why not build your own avatar for your online profile picture?

Be Share Aware – Safety advice from a 10 year old - NSPCC information video.
Why not make a family charter of acceptable internet use and keep it by the computer? Click here for some ideas and templates to get you started.
A reminder of the KS1 eSafety Rules at St James’
Internet Matters for 0 – 5 years
Click here for our Top 10 tips for internet safety from LGFL
A reminder of the KS2 eSafety Rules at St James’
Internet Matters for 6 – 10 years
Think U Know - useful information and links about eSafety
Test your knowledge with Cyberpass - you'll need your LGFL logon to do the activities:

Cybersmart Kids Quiz

Games and quizzes from Hector's world.