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Pupils E-Safety

Welcome to the Alderton Junior School's Pupils E-Safety page! This page is designed for you - the pupils of Alderton Junior School - as a place to visit. Below you will find links to games, websites where you can report your concerns and much more!


But - we start with the basics. As users of technology, it is important to remember and apply the Childnet SMART Steps whenever you are Online:



Below are fun games to play which will help to consolidate your online safety knowledge in and out of school!



Google Legends

To make the most of the internet, children need to make smart decisions. Be Internet Legends empowers younger children to use the web safely and wisely, so they can be confident explorers of the online world.

Explore Interland when you first visit the website!



ThinkUKnow is an education programme split into different age categories to

help children to explore and stay safe on the internet.

The games gives tips on how to stay safe on your compute, tablet and phone!

Games and videos for children:

Ages 4-7Age 8-10Ages 11-13


Useful websites

BBC Own It 

BBC Own It is there to help you be the boss of your online life.

Whether you need – help and advice, skills, inspiration - they've got it covered.




If you feel there are any issues you're unsure of how to deal with online, you can speak to any member of staff at school.

However, we are aware that you may run into issues or concerns and you're unsure of who you can talk to. Obviously, the first person to contact should be your parents and carers who will be able to talk through most concerns with you. However, if you are uncomfortable doing this, there are alternatives. If you think that your online issue is serious, you may want to talk about it and can contact Childline who will support you with next steps on how to deal with the issue.




Our latest E-Safety update

January Ofsted Inspection 2023 Good with Outstanding "Pupils flourish in this happy, harmonious junior school. They enjoy a wealth of opportunities to develop their talents and interests."