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Lowe’s Wong Anglican

Methodist Junior School

Everyone at Lowe’s Wong Junior School is expected to take responsibility for their learning and to respect themselves and others


Online Safety



Keeping yourself safe when you are online is VERY important!

Do you know how to use the internet safely?


Do you know what to do if you see or hear something that makes you feel uncomfortable?


Do you know how to behave sensibly when you are using the internet and when you are playing on-line games with your friends?


Do you know how to keep yourself safe?


Do you know what cyber bullying means?


Would you know what to do if a friend of yours said they were getting mean text messages on their mobile phone or that someone had posted an unkind photo of them on a social media site?


The Answer?


Talk to someone, ask for help.


You should talk to someone you trust    - a parent or carer

                                                               - an older brother or sister

                                                               - a teacher at school


At Lowe's Wong Junior School you can talk to Mr Follen, any of the teachers, the teaching assistants, the office staff or midday supervisors. We will help you.


You can also report any problems or concerns to CEOP.

Click the image below.






And follow these SMART rules.

National E-Safety day


(Safer Internet Day)

Tuesday 6th February 2024



Follow these links for ideas, activities and games on how to be safe when using the internet.


New links


Thinkuknow : age 4-7


Thinkuknow: age 8-10


U.K. Safer Internet Centre 




The Adventures of Kara, Winston and the SMART crew









A story about Goldilocks!   

'#Goldilocks. A Hashtag Cautionary Tale'


Goldilocks activity sheet.

'Oscar's Adventures in the Online World' - a short story.