At St James' Online Safety is an important part of keeping our children safe and happy within school. In school, we have extensive security measures in place to help safeguard pupils from any potentially unsuitable materials. These are monitored regularly by senior leaders
Any Online Safety incidents that occur are recorded and managed by the Online Safety leaders within school and dealt with immediately. Our Online Safety Champions are an integral part of monitoring, identifying concerns and educating others about staying safe online.
Online Safety Leaders
Safeguarding Governor - Mrs. E. Holmes & Mrs. C. Coombes
Designated Safeguarding Leader - Ms. V. Moore
Online Safety Leader- Mr. C. Forshaw
Deputy Safeguarding Leader - Mrs. S. Rehman
Internet Safety for Parents
From here you can access a range of information, guidance and resources to be better informed about online safety.
For support on Online Safety, click here to view an advice leaflet.
This is a unique, interactive e-safety guide for parents and carers, produced by Childnet International.
It's designed to really help you as a parent or carer keep up to date with how children are using the internet, and support them in using these new exciting services safely and responsibly.
This is a very detailed website intended for parents and carers, produced by Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (CEOP).
It's designed to help you find the latest information on the sites your child might like to visit and new technology.
This is where you can report online abuse to CEOP.
This website, created by the BBC, provides children with useful tips, informative vlogs and games to explore about staying safe online.
Learn how to stay safe online the fun way with Hacker and Dodge, the Dixi crew, Bobby Lockwood, the Horrible Histories gang and more!
This document, published by the Department of Education, is designed for parents and carers to understand more about cyberbullying. It provides advice and information about how you can protect your child from cyberbullying and how to tackle it if it happens.