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Safer Internet Day

Tuesday 5th February saw us celebrate Safer Internet Day at St. John’s. 

We learned about how to stay safe online, gaining consent and each class wrote a pledge.

Nursery

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Nursery learned about 3 golden rules for picture taking and picture sharing on the internet.
We pledged to follow three simple rules for safe sharing.
Take a look at the iMovie we created.
We have been busy thinking about how to keep safe online when using our computers, laptops, tablets, iPads and even phones. We have explored how to ask permission when taking photos of others and how to seek help when we are unsure of what to do when using the internet. 

Year 1

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In year one we watched the clip of zap and zoom and discussed some scenarios we might face when we are online.  We spoke about what things are ok to do online and what things need consent. We discussed what consent means and who we need to ask for consent. 

 

We all made a pledge

no Always ask!

 

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Year 2
 

In Year 2 we listened to the story of Zap and Zoom. We discussed what she should and should not share online.

Our pledge is to not share our personal information online.

 

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Year 3 explored online identity and the importance of verification before ‘adding’ online friends. We discussed the different platforms that we may use to communicate and the importance of being safe when adding friends. We explored how easy it is to create an identity on such platforms when you can not see the users face or features. We created different identities as a metaphor and example. We concluded that we should always have permission and consent from our parents or carers before accepting friends.

Year 4

Our Year 4 Pledge

 

I pledge that:

* I will only share information with consent.

* I will tell my parents if I have any worries.

* I will block strangers.

* I will use the ‘Report’ button.

* I will keep my settings private.

* I will only play games online that are appropriate.

 

 

 

 

 

Year 5

Year 5 looked at ‘permission’ and ‘consent’ and what these represent when we are online. We held an informative class discussion, coming up with various different examples of when we need permission and consent online.

 

The children then completed their own pledge on how they will all stay safe online in future! 

Year 6

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