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.
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
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.
What happens if my child's iPad runs out of storage?
Make sure your child tells their teacher. We anticipate with our growing use of Cloud storage that this shouldn't be the case.
What if I want my child's Screen Lock switched off?
Just come into School and sign a document to say you wish to have it turned off!
Do I need to create an Apple ID for my child's iPad?
No! All account details are taken care of at school and shouldn't be tampered with. If you have any problems please let your child's teacher know. Each Apple ID have 200GB of iCloud storage which is called a managed Apple ID.
What happens if the iPad is broken at home?
If this has occured the best thing to do is be honest and get your child to tell their teacher immediately!
What if my question isn't listed here?
Feel free to call the school on 5795 2937 or email firstname.lastname@example.org