St John's C of E Primary School


Our Online Safety Policy can be read on our policies page

We ask pupils to sign an Acceptable Use Policy (AUP) which is a document that outlines how we expect them to behave when they are online.

These rules have been written to help keep everyone safe and happy when they are online or using technology. Sometimes things go wrong and people can get upset, but these rules should help us avoid it when possible, and be fair to everybody.

School systems and users are protected and monitored by security and filtering services to provide safe access to digital technologies. This means anything on a school device or using school networks/platforms/internet may be viewed by one of the staff members who are here to keep your children safe.

Please read our acceptable use policies for KS1 and KS2

KS1 Acceptable Use Policy KS2 Acceptable Use Policy 

Our e-security policy can be read here

Virtual Learning Environment

Each year group has a designated virtual learning environment (VLE). Our school uses Google Classroom as our VLE provider.

Information about children’s learning, documents, announcements and remainders, homework and timetables are shared on our VLE. Please note, this information is not shared on our website. The usage or our VLE in monitored by the school. Parents and carers are directed to their child’s VLE by the class teacher.  To login to Google Classroom please click here.

Our school also uses G Suite for Education. This includes Gmail, Google docs, Slides and Sheets and Google Drive. In this way, pupils can save their files in Drive and access them from any device they are able to create and share documents where multiple people can also access and work on the same document at the same time. Pupils are also able to post comments about their learning or enter discussions in safe environment – providing pupils with more opportunities to engage in their learning.

Google doesn’t own the data or sell data to any third parties. There are also no ads in G suite. Google also encrypts emails and is committed to the security and privacy of data. Gmail is also spam protected.

More information can be found at