Safer Internet Day 2022
We created our own avatars to use online to keep our information safe, and also discussed the importance of passwords that are safe with the help of Digiduck!
We used 'emoji fans' to discuss how different online scenarios would make us feel. We wrote some advice to digiduck who had been bullied online. We then made our own video with top tips for online safety!
Year 3 have been working hard, explaining ways we can stay safe online.
Year 4 and 5
Year 5 have been busy making their own gaming guides, outlining how to be safe on the internet. They created some amazing characters to explain and support positive relationships and experiences online.
Year 6 wrote their own recipes for staying safe online. They thought about different scenarios and what they might do for each situation.
Here are some great resources here if you would like to support your child from home.
Have a look at the tips and links below with some suggestions on how to get you started and help you to stay safe and positive online. Visit the website for more advice.
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E Safety while learning from home
During our remote learning, we are on the internet much more than before, and so it's really important that the children are safe whilst online.
Click on the links below to support your child in being safe online.
A really useful resource with lots of advice and games to support children's e-safety.
Thinkuknow worksheets for children to complete at home.
An online safety newsletter with up to date guidance around keeping children safe online at home.
An advice centre with useful links and tips.
Videos and online games, along with guides and blogs, advising how children can be safe online.
This page has lots of ideas for staying safe online, as well as parent social media guides.