At Queenswell Junior School we believe Online Safety is very important. We work very hard to support our children in learning about the online world and the possible dangers they may encounter.
The summer holidays are nearly here and with it lots of time for online fun. Remember to think before you click, not to share your personal information online and to make sure your adult knows what you are doing. Have fun but be safe. Happy holidays!
Thank you so much to all the parents who came along to the online safety presentation / display of work on open morning. The feedback from parents was very positive. Thank you.
ONLINE SAFETY UPDATE
Queenswell Junior School have updated their Online Safety Policy. Click the link at the bottom of the page to view the latest version.
Our online safety focus for the second half of the Summer Term 2017 is Dealing with change, transition and reflection.
NSPPC NetAware have reviewed the most popular sites, apps and games that children and young people use, e.g. Minecraft, Instagram & WhatsApp. Click the image below to find out more information about content suitability, age ratings, quotes from parents, children and young people.
Parentinfo from CEOP and Parent Zone provides expert information to help children and young people stay safe online. Click the Parent Info link above for all their latest articles and frequently updated content.