Online Safety

At St Johns C of E Primary School we consider the protection and safeguarding of children to be of the highest priority. Our children are continuously reminded about how to stay safe on the internet and how to seek help and advice if they require it.

The online world is posing an ever-increasing risk to children and it is important that schools, parents and carers work together to take an active role in teaching children about online dangers and how to act safely when using the internet.

We are therefore delighted to announce that St Johns C of E Primary School have shown our commitment to protecting our pupils online and we are now a certified National Online Safety School!  Certificate attached

We have worked with National Online Safety to deliver an interactive online workshop for all our parents & carers.

Please find below the URL St John’s parents need to visit to register their account

Once registered, you will be able to access the “Online Safety for Parents and Carers’ course and National Online Safety’s Resources (which includes 50+ online platform guides on the latest social media channels and games).

Click here to login, if you have already registered


The following links will help both parents and children with e-safety advice and guidance.

Think U Know - Internet Safety for Children and AdultsOnline security controls for your family with our step-by-step guide to parental controls.Parent Info - Expert information to help children and young people stay safe online
Internet Matters - Online safety experts to bring you all the information you need to keep your children safe online.NSPCC - Stay up to date and keep your child safe in today's digital worldCEOP works with child protection partners across the UK and overseas to identify the main threats to children

Learn how to protect your child online…

The online world is integral to how children stay in touch with their friends, and access to the internet is now available like never before. However, there are inherent risks associated with new technologies and it is essential for young people and their parents / carers to understand how to reduce these risks.

The Child Exploitation and Online Protection (CEOP) Centre is the UK’s national child protection agency. Through the Click CEOP advice and help centre, members of the public can access guidance on a broad range of topics to help protect their children, or alternatively report a concern directly to CEOP. CEOP’s Children and Young People’s programme; Thinkuknow, is used in schools nationwide to educate young people about how to stay safe online. As parents, you can play a fundamental role in this aspect of their education. To stay up to date with further information and advice, please visit to find information on:

  • What are the risks posed to your child online?
  • What can you do to protect your child?
  • Where can you go if you are concerned?

We want to help you and your family stay safe online, there are some simple steps below that you can follow to achieve this. CEOP has been working with social networking sites such as Facebook, BEBO, MSN and other major providers to put internet safety advice at the fingertips of your child, through the ClickCEOP application.

Facebook Users: Visit to add the ‘ClickCEOP’ app to your profile and ask your children to do the same. The app is free and easy to use, and gives you immediate access to internet safety advice as well as being able to report any suspicions. If you become a ‘friend’ of the page, you will be invited to free online safety surgeries and receive updates. By clicking on ‘Add the App’ on the left hand side of our Facebook page you can add the ‘ClickCEOP’ button to your profile. MSN & BEBO Users: Look for the ClickCEOP icon on the side of every profile page. It is a default setting and provides immediate access to internet safety advice and allows you to report any suspicions. Web Browsers: If you use Firefox, Internet Explorer 8 or Google Chrome, you can customize your browser, enabling users to see the ClickCEOP button, regardless of which website you’re on. By following the guidance above, you can help protect your child to ensure they are enjoying the internet safely.

In addition to the links above you may also find these sites helpful:

Click here to view our E-safety policy