Log inHome PageCheck out the Parent Guide to GTA in the Online Safety section of our Parent page. Our governors play a crucial role in assisting the development of the academy and support with setting the vision and strategic direction of the academy, holding the principal to account for its educational performance and ensuring financial resources are well spent. The role provides important support and challenge to staff as we continually look to develop and improve for the benefit of all students. If you would like more information or to apply to be considered, please email our Clerk to the Governors at email@example.com by 22 January 2019. We look forward to hearing from you.
Are the things I see, read, and hear online always real or true?
As the saying goes “don’t believe everything you read!” Join internet investigators Jack and Maya as they uncover why you shouldn’t trust everything you see, hear or read on the internet. The web can be a great tool for research, but learn how protect yourself from those false facts!
Jack and The Virus
What are computer viruses and how do they happen?
While Jack's having a lazy sick day on the couch, he receives an email for Gran from Auntie Dol. He gets permission to open it and finds an interesting link asking to be clicked. The result is a computer virus that freezes the tablet. Jack is distraught and confused. Learn how do to protect your devices from viruses and Trojans with Jack and Maya. Don’t get sick, get smart!
Did you know the internet is like a time machine and it can hold your information forever?
How long do things stay online? But what if I delete them?
Watch as Jack and Maya learn that posts spreads like wild fire on the web! Pressing delete doesn’t mean something has gone forever! Maya records a really funny video of Jack playing basketball and wants to share it online, but Jack is worried about who might see it. Maya tries to convince Jack that it's not a problem because she can post the video for a little while and delete it later on.