E SAFETY

Safer Internet Day 2017

We will once again be supporting Safer Internet Day at here at St. John’s. We will be covering a range of internet safety issues, and finding out how we can make the internet a better place. See the videos below for some of the work that the team did last year. Stay tuned to this page for updates and new material for this year.

 

Report an Issue

If you have a concern about an e-safety issue click on the Report an Issue button below. The form is anonymous, though if want help with an issue then leave your contact info and we can get back to you.

Blue Example Button

 

E-safety resources

See below for resources and downloads to help you stay safe online. (All links open in new windows.)

Check out the video below to see our playlist for 2017. The videos were all created for the safer internet day which was in February and we used a range of technology to create them such as ipads, Green screen and iMovie. We also surveyed staff and students to collate the information for the video.

 

The videos in the following playlist are all made by our learners. Using a variety of video production and editing software all on iPad. Using Green Screen & Animation by Do Ink, Touchcast, iMovie, and Google Apps For Education. Credits done in iMovie on a Mac.

At St. John’s we use the acronym S.M.A.R.T. Below you will find a short explanation of each letter and a link to download a poster.

  • Safe – Keep personal details safe. e.g. your name, address, phone number or date of birth
    SMART poster - Safe
  • Meeting – Be careful meeting people you have inly met online
    Smart poster M - Meeting
  • Accepting – Messages such as emails and SMS may contain viruses or abusive material
    Smart poster A - Accepting
  • Reliable – Not everything you read online might be true. It is easy to lie on the internet
    Smart poster R - Reliable
  • Tell – If in any doubt talk to someone you trust. Block and Report
    Smart poster T - Tell

(Page updated by Bethany. 1st Feb 2016)

Social Media Do’s and Don’ts: a handy guide.
Social Media do's and don'ts

Click here to download a helpful document on how to stay safe on Facebook, and take control of what you share and to who.

Ckick the image below to view our e-safety policy. Easy read version coming soon.
e-safety policy word cloud