Cyber Safety

St John's School has adopted the Alannah & Madeline Foundation eSmart Digital License for all  Students. This gives an informative, concise and a smoother approach to understanding Cyber Safety with what is and is not safe.

 

Each student completes a module which runs through a range of different areas. These are the modules that are covered in the online Quiz.

For Parents

As a parent. Here as some handy tips and questions, you can do at home to be more aware of Cyber Safety. This information is taken from the Allanah & Madelaine Foundation Website

  • Take an interest in – and understand - what your kids are doing online.

  • Make talking about the online world part of every day conversations with your kids.

  • Set house rules about internet access and usage.

  • Educate yourself. Know what services, games etc your kids are using and familiarise yourself with the types of interactions, privacy settings and reporting mechanisms.

  • Educate your kids – and the easiest way to do this is through the eSmart Digital Licence, Australia’s #1 online safety education program.

  • Here is a link to a sizeable amount of resources: https://www.esmart.org.au/esmart-libraries/cyber-and-digital-literacy-resources/

To find out even more information please see the PDF's below

iPad Information

This year St John's has switched on Screen Time. A system built app running natively on your child's iPad. This gives us a detailed report about how the device is used, apps opened and websites visited, any time that you want to see it. Just go to Settings > Screen Time and tap See All Activity under the graph. From there, you can see your child's usage. 

Downtime will be switched ON for all devices being sent home.

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St John's School is a Child Safe School where all children are respected and protected from harm.

Phone: ( 03 ) 5795 2937