Our world is changing and as a consequent many of our children are able to access the wide range of communication forums better than we as adults do. This has associated risks attached to it. All children at BJS are regularly taught about e-safety as part of our on-going computing curriculum and as part of our commitment to improving e-safety we will be giving a brief update to parents and carers later in the year. In the meantime, can I please encourage you to look at the following websites which will help you understand what children can potentially be exposed to and how to deal with any potential issues.
If you have any concerns regarding e-safety, please feel free to make an appointment.
Below you will find some top tips for helping to keep your child safe on the internet (From Thinkuknow website)
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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