Online Safety at DJS
The internet is an amazing resource which enables people to connect, communicate and be creative in ways never before imagined.
However keeping up to date with your children’s use of technology can be a challenge.
All DJS parents have full access to our Online Safety Hub. This is the most comprehensive resource available to keep yourself up to date with current online issues.
DJS National Online Safety Hub
Similar to the training DJS staff undergo regularly (but without the exam at the end!),
This resource gives a comprehensive overview of the online world that children are growing up in today. It does not have to be completed in a single sitting, and is highly recommended for all parents and carers.
These are regularly updated in response to current games, apps, trends and social media "challenges". Keep checking in to see what is new.
Think u Know - excellent online resource with lots of different activities and videos for children.
CEOP- This is the way to report online incidents to the police.
Internet matters- A good database with lots of advice by topic rather than by app.
Be internet awesome- Google's guide to online safety. Good advice on fake news.
Parentzone - similar to the Online Safety Hub- has guides organised by software
DJS has held NOS certified school status since 2018. This shows that as a school we have a rigorous approach to online safety in lessons, that our parents engage with the DJS National Online Safety Hub and staff receiving regularly updated training.
The hub is regularly updated to include new user guides as apps, games, trends and online challenges present themselves. It is the most up to date and comprehensive way to help keep children safe online.
Please make use of this fantastic resource- we are one of the few local schools that makes this freely available to all parents!
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