It is vital to educate our pupils about online safety in a 21st Century school.  Our pupils often participate in lessons where online security issues are highlighted, so that they can make indepentent decisions about keeping themselves safe whilst in the digital and real world. A Police Liaison Officer will also visit the school to support the learning within the classroom, and to ensure that the appropriate safeguarding messages are shared with the children and staff.

Please take the opportunity to visit the links below to find information and complete activities, which will promote a wider awareness of e-Safety issues. 


Thinkuknow  CEOP Logo  Hwb Esafety  UK Safer Internet Centre 
Kidssmart School Beat Logo Share Aware Stay Safe Topic Logo Bid


Useful e-Safety Videos for Parents and Learners 

Kim and Lee - CEOP Jigsaw - CEOP Lucy and the Boy - NSPCC


Who do I Contact for Help, Guidance or Support? 

CEOP Report Logo Logo Childline Common Sense Media Logo


eSafety Guidance

Carmarthenshire County Council believes that the use of information and communication technologies in schools brings great benefits. Recognising the e-safety challenges and planning accordingly will help to ensure appropriate, effective, safe and positive use of electronic communications.

Technology Guidance for Parents

Click on the button below for useful guidance for parents from the UK Safer Internet Centre:

 Uk Safer Internet Centre


Below is a document offering guidance on Social Media from Carmarthenshire County Council:

Please click to open

Parents Social Media Guide

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Johnstown Primary School is not responsible for the content of external internet sites.