Are you concerned about a child's welfare?
If you are at all concerned about an online safety issue that you are unable to speak to your school about, please refer to the NCA (National Crime Agency) approved website - CEOP (Child Exploitation and Online Protection)
A helpful explanation of when and how to contact CEOP is here (Website: Thinkuknow)
Has your child seen or experienced something concerning?
If you are concerned that your child has seen or experienced something potentially harmful, Childline is a free, specialist service which can provide trained counselling support and immediate advice and guidance. You can find out more about Childline here. Please also contact the school office and ask to speak to the safeguarding lead. This will help us to know what your child has experienced and be able to support and look out for them in school.
Support at Home
At St John's, we promote safe and responsible use of the Internet throughout all our teaching. To support you at home, we have captured some helpful information and documents below. Should you require any other support or advice, please contact the school office.
If you are at all concerned about an online safety issue that you are unable to speak to your school about, please refer to the NCA (National Crime Agency) approved website of CEOP (Child Exploitation and Online Protection): CEOP Online Site for advice and reporting of any issues
These five top tips should support you in setting this device up correctly so that your child is safe while using it online: