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Safer internet day 2022

Look at our learning ....

Reception

Digiduck and the Magic Castle

This video supports the Safer Internet Day 2022 for Ages 3-7.

Reception LC have been talking about the story and leaning what information can and shouldn’t be shared, making emoji fans to show how they may feel at times when using the internet.

Reception NC enjoyed listening to the story and talking about the different things we can do online, such as playing games and watching videos. We made posters to show how we can keep safe online.

Year 1

1LG and 1BP worked in small groups to talk about the type of information we can safely share online and information that we should keep private. They also explored their different relationships and what information they would be comfortable sharing with close friends and strangers. 

1BP

Year 2

Year 2 discussed the importance of being safe online and what is appropriate and safe for us to use the Internet for. We talked about the people in our life who we trust and who know us well and compared those people to others we might meet online.

We looked at relationship rings and chose where people in our life fit based on how well they know us. We also have some handy tips to share for how to stay safe online!

Year 2: Nathan's advice for staying safe online

Still image for this video

Year 3

We enjoyed reading the Digiduck story and designing a new level for an online game complete with safety rules..

Year 4

As part of safer internet day we discussed what the term "respect" means and how we can respect our friends online. We looked at different messages children might  send their friends online and discussed whether these were respectful and whether the child should send the message. We offered ideas of alternative messages these children could send if we did not think they were respectful.

 

We then created our own fortune tellers which offered pieces of advice for being respectful and safe online. 

Year 5

During internet Safety Day 2022, we discussed what it means to be respectful online. We played a game of "Send or Not Send" and designed recipes giving advice of how to be supportive and respectful online.  

Year 6

Today was Internet Safety Day, we looked at being safe when gaming online and discussed what we would do in difficult situations online. We then created posters giving advice to people under pressure as well as advice to people putting others under pressure in games.

Attendance

  • Reception 90.44
  • Year 1 96.44
  • Year 2 93.88
  • Year 3 94.79
  • Year 4 93.75
  • Year 5 93.75
  • Year 6 92.36
  • Whole School:

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Norham Avenue North, South Shields, Tyne and Wear, NE34 7TD

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