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Online Safety

Safeguarding our children when using new technologies is our priority and the children are regularly educated about the risks involved with using the internet and social media. They are taught strategies about what to do should a situation occur where they feel unsafe. Our online safety yearly plan can be viewed here . This works in conjunction with Google's Be Internet Legends Scheme and The South West Grid for Learning


Safer Internet Day 2021

Click the link to see our amazing work from this year's Safer Internet Day: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1IgITPXEXBnpJ9bLji21gGqf_HkNRPANa/view


Safer Internet Day 2020

We decided to create another song for ‘Safer Internet Day’. The children wrote and sang lyrics to celebrate the theme 'Free To Be' We are very proud of the end product! 




Safer Internet Day 2019

At MJS, we love music and know how important it is to be safe online. So, we decided to create a song and music video called 'Permanent Ink'. The message of the song is to remind you to be careful of what you post online as it can be seen by everyone. 

Current affairs

Keep updated: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/topics/c1824w39w4yt/internet-safety



During Lockdown, TikTok is a social media platform that has become popular among children. You have to be 13+ to use this application so please check your child's device. Here is some useful information to help keep your child safe: https://support.tiktok.com/en/privacy-safety/for-parents-en 

Our Computing Curriculum

Computing is taught weekly as a discrete subject where pupils learn about the safe and efficient use of the internet, digital communication, data retrieval, presentation and programming. They are then encouraged to utilise the skills that they have learnt, throughout all areas of the curriculum. 





Important Parent Information 

UK Safer Internet Centre 


Parental Guides for game consoles:

Parental guide for Nintendo Switch

Parental guide for WiiU

Parental guide for Xbox 360

Parental guide for Xbox One

Parental guide for Nintendo 3DS

Parental guide for Playstation


 Online Safety Policy 

Online Safety Newsletters


Academic Year 2021-22






Netflix Newsletter

Youtube Newsletter




Online Safety Information for parents and carers                     

The following links are checked regularly, but if you notice that they are not working, then please send an email to the school for the attention of Miss Wood or Mr Ghaznavi.  Thank you.

Scroll down the page to see all the information available.  To access the links, just click on the logo or the text below the logo.