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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

Safer Internet Day

Tuesday 8th February 2022


‘All fun and games? Exploring respect and relationships online’.

Online safety is very important and as a school we take it very seriously. Below are several links that, as parents and carers, you might find useful.


In additional, we send home a periodic magazine called 'Digital Parenting' which is produced by Parent Zone in conjunction with Vodaphone. This is full of up to date information and articles about on-line issues.


Please click on the hyperlink to be taken to the children's e-safety page.


Mental Health

Good Mental health is important - here is a link to a useful website that Parent Zone have created in order to try to help children vocalise their concerns.


Introducing Ollee: a parent and child’s best friend

'At Parent Zone, we already know that parents are doing a great job and that they want to do a great job – and we believe they should have the best possible resources to do that. And that’s why we’ve created Ollee.

Ollee is a virtual friend for children aged 8-11, available via a web app. It was created by Parent Zone and is funded by BBC Children in Need’s A Million & Me initiative, which aims to make a difference to children’s emotional wellbeing.'


This link will take you to the rest of the article on the Parent Zone web page.


Click here for a link to Ollee


Additional support from Parent Info


Links for Parents


App Guides from Parent Zone

You might need to create an account to be able to view them (it's free!).


Returning to School

Parent Zone


Parent Info


'Be Internet legends' - from Parent Zone.


Find out more by following these links. 



Useful for parents and children!


Home activity packs from Thinkuknow - learning about online safety at home.

Videos from Thinkuknow to help explain online safety to your child.



This simple guide from the NSPCC ,(for parents (click here), and this child-friendly one (PDF)), will help parents talk PANTS with their child. There are guides for children and parents with learning disabilities.

An online safety guide for parents.

Parent's E-safety meeting powerpoint

Resources from Parent Zone about internet safety.

New videos from the UK Safer Internet Centre.

Advice from Parent Zone on how to help your child spot fake news about the Coronavirus.

Information about Zoom - the cloud-based, video conferencing service.


Advice from Parent Info - Video chatting: a guide for parents and carers of primary school-age children.

A guide to Roblox from Parent Info.