Online Safety

At Newquay Junior Academy we are committed to online safety and providing our pupils with a valuable knowledge and understanding regarding how to be safe in this new Electronic World’. We follow an online safety scheme of work that delivers age appropriate online safety lessons every half term to all year groups. Along side this we also have assemblies dedicated to this subject area.

Information that we have sent home to parents regarding social networking sites are listed below along with some up to date information on how to keep your child safe online and use technology safely. If you have any questions regarding keeping your child safe on the Internet do not hesitate to contact the school, Mrs. Eglinton will also be available in the ICT suite on Mondays between 4&5 p.m. to answer any questions you may have regarding online safety related issues.

Stay Safe this Christmas – Online Safety Song

Scomis Online Safety Newsletter For Parents – November 2018

KEEP IT SWITCHED ON – Fortnite online safety song for parents:

Take a look at the work that we have been doing in our Digital Defenders club here.


Click here to email NJA bullybuster email if you have anything to report or you feel that you have been cyberbullied in anyway. Someone will contact you and help you.

Online Safety Workshop for Parents

Think you Know – Designed for Children, providing information via cartoons and puzzles

KIDZ Smart – E-Safety advice for Parent, Teachers and Children

CEOP – The Governments Child Exploitation & Online Protection

Know it all – Online safety Resources – Childnet’s mission is to work in partnership with others around the world to help make the internet a great and safe place for children.


PEGI – The Pan-European Game Information (PEGI) age rating system was established to help European parents make informed decisions on buying computer games.

Supporting Young People Online – Information and advice for parents and carers on supporting young people online.


Click here to see just some of the online safety messages that were emailed to Mrs Eglinton after watching the Think you know videos based on the Adventures of Kara and Winston.




Downloadable Information for Parent and Pupils:

Instagram Guide

Basic Twitter Guide for Parents and Young People

Facebook Privacy

10 Things Parents Need to Know About Xbox LIVE and Kids Safety

Parental Controls for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch

Andriod Parental Controls

Tech Guide and Mobile Phones

PlayStation Online Safety

PlayStation 4 Online Safety

Snapchat Safety

Social Media Tips for Parents

WhatsApp Security

Unsend WhatsApp

Five parental control apps to keep your child safe online

TikTok app safety for parents