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Safer Internet Day 2018

The Online Safety Savers took a list of activities back to their classes and each class voted to choose which one they wanted to do. They also delivered an assembly explaining what the 'Acceptable Use Policy' was so that everyone would understand the letter that was being sent home.

Safer Internet Day 2017


In our whole school assembly we listened to the importance of making positive comments when we are online as well as the damaging impact of making negative comments towards other people. The Online Safety Group decided to produce an information leaflet about Youtube Kids which they worked very hard to get ready in time for Internet Safety Day.

The Online Safety Group suggested two ideas and after talking to their classes they decided the activity we would do for Safer Internet Day was to create positive comments stickers to attach to eachother's t-shirts. This was to help show the positive impact kind comments have both in person and online.