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As part of our ICT curriculum, the Year 3s have challenged themselves to create a 60 second film that shows why: “The internet is great when you respect your mates!”
It is part of Childnet's mission is to work to make the internet a great and safe place for children.
From what I've seen the Year 3s are up to the challenge to entertain us!
The groups are planning to create animations, dance, sing, drama and even a rap!
Check out the photos to see the children planning their work.
Safer Internet Day 2013 took place on Tuesday 5 February 2013 at St Marie's.
This year’s theme encouraged pupils to ‘Connect with Respect’.
Today’s KS2 and KS1 assemblies focused on this and also reminded the children of the SMART rules when online.
Reception have been learning about how to use computers and the internet safely.
They have their own 'Smartie the Penguin' who reminds them that they should always ask an adult before using the Internet and to ask for help if they are unsure about anything they see!
Year 2 have been learrning about how to keep personal information safe and they are beginning to learn to identify the qualities which might make someone trustworthy. Most importantly, they have learned that if they are unsure whether it is safe to share personal information they should ask a trusted grown-up!
We watched a cartoon from 'Hector's World' and saw Hector and his friends try to decide whether they could trust the characters who were trying to persuade them to share their personal information on gaming websites. We designed posters to help Hector's friends to decide which characters were trustworthy and how to get help!
Take a look at the attachments below to see some of the posters we made!
In Year One we listened to stories from 'Hector's World' to help understand what personal information is (information which makes us unique) and why we need to protect it.
Click on the attachment for examples of work.