ICT ACCEPTABLE USE POLICY JUNIOR SCHOOL
P- 2 Student Acceptable Use Policy
Being an Academic, Caring and Christian Digital Citizen: In our school we use information and technology in safe, legal, and responsible ways. We embrace the following aspects of being a digital citizen. Safety: 1. Only go online when my parents or an adult know where I am going and can supervise me. 2. Not talk to strangers on-line because of “stranger danger”. 3. Go to a trusted adult for help if I come across sites that are not appropriate or feel agreements are not being followed. Behaviour: 4. Use computers and other technology at school to help me learn. 5. Be kind to my friends on line. 6. Make sure my teachers and parents know who I am talking to on line. Fluency: 7. Ask for help from my teacher or an adult if I don’t know what to do. Security: 8. Talk to my teachers and parents about on line security. 9. Only open emails, pop ups and programmes if they have been checked by an adult. Consequences for Violations I understand and will follow this Acceptable Use Policy. If I break this agreement, the consequences could include suspension of computer privileges and/or disciplinary action. I also understand that my school network and e-mail accounts are owned by TIGS and are not private. TIGS has the right to access my information at any time. Student’s Name (please print): ________________________________ Student’s Signature: __________________________________________ Date: _______________
As the parent or guardian of this student, I have read the Acceptable Use Policy. I understand that technology is provided for learning in keeping with the academic goals of TIGS. I recognise it is impossible for the School to restrict access to all controversial materials, and I understand that there is a shared responsibility between the School, myself and my child in developing safe and appropriate use. I understand that children’s computer activities at home should be supervised. I...