E-safety support

At LJS we take E-safety very seriously. We recognise that the internet opens up a wealth of learning opportunities for children and that is an enormous resource for all. At the same time we are aware of the danger the internet poses to our children. During their time at LJS children receive lessons on E-Safety as an integral part of their Computing and PSHE curriculum. At home we encourage parents to take care to protect their home computers and those who use them. It is also important to realise the ever increasing multimedia platforms from which the internet can be accessed such as mobile phones and games consoles.

Below are some links to provide you with information to help you protect your children online:

NSPCC Be Share Aware
(Advice about Snapchat, Instagram etc)

CEOP
(E-safety advice for parents)

Think You Know
(Helpful advice for parents on how to protect your children when using the internet)

 Internet Matters
(Helping parents keep their children safe online)

Ask About Games
(Information about parental controls on gaming devices)

 Safer Internet Centre
(Parental controls offered by your home internet provider)