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St John and St Nicolas Schools Federation

For the good of all - through curiosity, creativity and love.




As modern day technology is being used more frequently by children both at home and at school, we recognise the importance of educating children from a young age about the dangers of the Internet in the hope that they will remain safe on the Internet whilst they benefit from its many uses.


We take E-Safety very seriously.  We  deliver E-Safety based assemblies and lessons to our children to ensure that the rules are always at the forefront of their minds.  The E-Safety Rules that we promote are known as the SMART Rules.  Please help us to ensure that your child knows the following rules:


S is for safe- Never give your personal information to people that you do not know.

M is for meet- Never arrange to meet with strangers.

A is for Accepting- Never accept emails or messages from people that you do not know as they might contain a virus.

R is for reliable- Not everything that you read on the internet is true.

T is for tell- If anything upsets you on the internet always tell a trusted adult.


We would like to thank you for your continued support in helping us to promote E-Safety.  If you have any questions or queries please do not hesitate to contact us at school.


Below are a series of links to a variety of sites that you can look at either on your own or with your child.  To access the sites, click on the links below. The titles indicate the content of each page.


Foundation stage - Keeping Safe Online

Think you know - Age 8-10

BBC Bitesize - E Safety