E-Safety

Internet Safety Day 2021 - iPad Wallpaper Competition

This year instead of designing an Internet safety poster in school we thought it would be nice for you to design an iPad wallpaper. The winning wallpaper design will be uploaded onto the iPads in each class. You can choose your own design, but it must be IT related and must also have a tip on how you can keep safe online. You could create it digitally or on paper using any resources you can find (make sure the page is landscape). The winning design will be announced on Monday 22nd February. Remember to upload your design onto your journal on SeeSaw and make sure the photo is clear and high quality. We can't wait to see your creative designs, Pob Lŵc Pawb!

 

 

Staying safe online

The internet is an exciting and informative tool for both parents and children. It helps us keep in touch with relatives who live far away, watch catch up TV, find lots of useful information, book holidays or even buy the weekly groceries.

However, there are risks that parents need to be aware of and know how to manage. Your child will be taught how to stay safe online in school, through lessons and assemblies.  P.C. Barker reinforces these important safety messages during her termly visits to the school.

An ideal starting point for all parents of primary aged pupils, is an online document called "How to keep myself safe online," this can be found on the Hwb internet safety homepage:

https://hwb.gov.wales/zones/online-safety/parents-and-carers/

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Contact the School

St John the Baptist VA Primary School

Chester Road
Penymynydd
Flintshire
CH40EN

Main Contact: Mrs A Stephens, Headteacher

Tel: 01244 550838
jbmail@hwbmail.net

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