Online Safety

Online Safety means being safe and responsible with technology. We believe that children should be encouraged to use new technology and to embrace the positive impact it can have on their education. We do, however, recognise the risks and dangers new technologies can bring; especially from the internet. We encourage you to access the available information below to support your understanding of how we keep your children safe online at BJCFPS.


For more general information about staying safe online visit — the CEOP Centre’s online safety website providing advice and tips for children and adults of all ages.

The following child friendly booklet may also prove useful when discussing online safety with your children: /userfiles/Online

Staff and parents at BJCFPS recently attended online safety training. The following guide was used and can support your understanding of how to keep your children safe when accessing common technologies such as laptops, tablets and smart phones: /userfiles/Guide


Another useful website giving advice and resources for parents to use to help them and their families stay safe, is:

This covers the area of extremism but also supports keeping children safe generally. It also gives links to Parentzone and UK Internet Safer Centre which provide useful guidance for parents. Please access and see what they have to offer. There are free copies of the Digital Parenting magazine in the school foyer. Copies of past editions can also be downloaded from the Parentzone website.


The NSPCC website also offers online safety information and is available here:


A general factsheet for parents is available below as well as a 'Keeping Our Children Safe' booklet:

Tik Tok Parent Factsheet

Keeping Our Children Safe 


The following posters may prove useful for parents in relation to apps, console games, films and television:







Please click on the following links to access some age appropraite content about online safety that you can share at home with your children: 











Common Sense Media rates movies, TV shows, books, and more so parents can feel good about the entertainment choices they make for their kids. They offer the largest, most trusted library of independent age-based ratings and reviews. Their timely parenting advice supports families as they navigate the challenges and possibilities of raising kids in the digital age.

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Net Aware, produced by O2 and NSPCC, is a guide for parents to 39 of the most popular sites, apps and games that young people use. It's simple and easy to use, making it easier for parents to stay up to date with their child's online world. It's also available as an app.


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Online Safety Training


BJPS have ran regular online safety training sessions (see posters below). If you missed these events and would like to stay informed on the important aspects of online safety, please click on the following link to view the recording of our school's online safety training:

Parents Online Safety Training Recording




Please click here to access our online safety training poster for Feb 2024: FLYER


The following link may also prove useful, if you are looking for more information about online safety:


Please click the following link to access the updated Vodafone Digital Parenting Guide. It's a really useful resource for helping you to keep your children safe online:


Social media checklists:








If you would like further information about online safety at BJCF, please contact the school office and we will gladly help you.