Internet Safety Day 2018
This years internet safety day was themed around:
‘create, connect and share respect: A better internet starts with you’
Each class spent time exploring how we can stay safe when using the internet. Our parent/carers were then invited in for an assembly, in which we shared our learning with them.
Year 5 and 6 looked at the different social media platforms and worked out data- finding out that YouTube was a favourite of everyone’s - a reminder that children under 13 should not be on YouTube unsupervised.
Year 4 thought about the illusion of being online and how everything may not be as it seems. They taught us about how to keep our personal data safe.
Year three created an acrostic poem which explored different online platforms including gaming, each letter was a safety message.
Year two made posters and gave us their top 5 safety tips.
Reception and year one learnt a story about Smartie the penguin who got a tablet for his birthday- Chestnut told us the story and solved problems that may arise such as adverts popping up and people being unkind online. Reception taught us all a song to remind us that we need to ‘stop and ask a grown up’.