All the children in school took part in special lessons on Safer Internet Day. We celebrated on Tuesday 2nd February because we were on half term the week after.
In Nursery the children talked to Miss Hulme about staying safe on the computers and other devices they have.
The children in Reception read Penguin Pig by Stuart Spendlow in Literacy and talked about how the Penguin Pig tricked the little girl in going to the zoo. They thought of other creatures they might find online. Its amazing what you can find online if you look- look at the pictures they found of a duck-horse!
The children read other stories during the day and then watched a Hector’s World video and discussed what they saw before hometime. You can watch the video from CEOP by clicking here.
In Year One the children read some different ESafety stories all about Webster. (Webster’s Bedtime, Webster’s Email, Webster’s Manners and Webster’s Friend all by Hannah Whaley) They then had to think about what they’d learnt to complete their independent learning challenges.
In Year Two the children also thought about Penguin Pig by Stuart Spendlow. They talked about the underlying messages and wrote about them in their books. As the week went on their began to create their own creatures which they had to write about.
In Year Three the children spent their afternoon discussing ESafety and what it means to them. They thought about the ways they can keep themselves safe and avoid potential dangers.
In Year 4 they created a poster to record their ideas about staying safe online.
In Year Five the children made videos of their discussions.
Tiana: Our question was if you take a picture of yourself for a profile picture and people make mean comments.
Demi: What you do, tell an adult. Do not delete the message so then you have proof.
Reagan: Talk to an adult.
Coben: Delete the message.
Carina: Report or delete the message.
In Year 6 the children made their own stories and after the Half term break are hopefully going to come and read them to the younger children in school. Everyone is looking forward to seeing them.
We weren’t finished there either…..
Our children in Nurture group thought about what they liked and disliked about the internet with Mrs Glenday and Mrs Mills.
Mrs Ainsley held a whole school Assembly about Safer Internet Day.
Finally there was also an ESafety presence in our school library which will stay for a while allowing everyone to read them.
What a great day! Thanks to all the classes and teachers for all their hard work.
Don’t forget to ask your child’s teacher if you have any questions. There are also some ESafety Concern forms at the office if you wish to complete one and Miss Parker and the ESafety team will get back to you.