Welcome to our Onine Safety page where you will find useful links and information to help you stay safe, or to help if things are not as they should be.
Firstly our school encourages all our pupils to be SMART online…
Below are links to great sites that help pupils understand what being SMART in our digital world looks like.
CEOP is the place to go if you need advice or help over anything you feel uncomfortable with. Also there are great activities at THINK U KNOW to help you get the most out of the Web
Parents and Carers
Many issues that arise online can be quickly and simply solved by talking with both parties involved. Please feel free to contact the school and meet with you pupils teacher if your child is having issues with other pupils online so that we can help. These will be dealt with in accordance to our ICT policy and AUAs (links can be found at the bottom of this page).
As a parent or carer, in this fast changing world, you can sometimes feel that you do not know enough or how to keep your child safe online. The UK Safer Internet Centre is a site that is there to help YOU through the online maze. Please use the links below to access the main site and other important pages.
Please click HERE for further information.
Devices and Games Consoles
Adults and Professionals
In our online world, it isn’t just young people who need to be SMART online, as adults and professionals we can also need support. Along with the regular USIC website, there is also the Professionals Online Safety Helpline for anyone who works with children on a paid for or voluntary basis.
ICT Policy and Acceptable Use Agreements
Below are the links to the ICT policy for Balfour Junior School and our Acceptable User agreements (AUAs). All pupils, parents, carers, staff and community users are expected to adhere to these.
- ICT Policy
- Pupil AUA
- Parent and Carer AUA – includes digital image agreement
- Staff and Volunteer AUA
- Community User AUA
Images for websites and projects
Please click HERE to be directed to a list of websites providing images. Please note many of these photographs are free from copyright restrictions or licensed under creative commons public domain dedication. This means you can copy, modify, distribute and perform the work, even for commercial purposes, all without asking permission.
However, some photos may require attribution. Always check before use.