|Oct 13, 2021: Letter from the Headteacher|
|Oct 2, 2021: Joint Letter from Headteachers of SFX and St. Julie's Download Attachment|
|Sep 13, 2021: Year 11 Revision Timetable Download Attachment|
|Sep 7, 2021: Letter to all Parents 7/9/21 Download Attachment|
|Aug 25, 2021: Covid-19 Letter from the Headteacher Download Attachment|
St Julie’s Catholic High School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff, governors, volunteers and visitors to share this commitment
Downloading a new app or game is so quick and straightforward that, whenever a young person uses a smartphone (either their own or a parent’s) there’s always the possibility that they could expose themselves to inappropriate content (such as games with violent scenes or apps with adult themes) simply by sheer accident or, more likely, through youthful curiosity.
Fortunately, the parental controls you’ll find on most smartphones are an excellent way of minimising this possibility. They don’t completely remove the element of risk – but they do limit it considerably. These short guides steer you through the process of setting up this useful protection on iPhone and Android smartphones.