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Safer Internet Day

Children in the Prep school worked creatively, during Computing lessons, this week thinking about online safety and their use of the Internet.

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9 February 2024

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Safer Internet Day

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Children in the Prep school worked creatively, during Computing lessons, this week thinking about online safety and their use of the Internet.

Year 3 discussed who their five trusted adults they could turn to in the event of them feeling uncomfortable online and produced a colour Keynote poster declaring their choices – they might tell you that you are one of their trusted adults!

Year 4 thought about a typical day in their online life and the various emotions these activities produce.

Year 5 and year 6 children used the app Clips to create short informative videos for younger pupils on areas of online safety.

Seniors have been thinking about the impact of social media and the influence this can have on their lives, they have also considered a variety of gaming scenarios and strategies to help themselves or others.

A very thought provoking and exciting week of activities, inspiring the children to carefully consider how they use the Internet and can be a positive force for change.

 

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