Today, we have been celebrating Safer Internet Day.
To explore this year's theme 'All fun and games?', children across the school watched assemblies created by our 'Digital Heroes' team and completed a range of thought-provoking activities . The assemblies and activities allowed them time to consider the importance of being respectful online and helped them learn how to be sensible and safe users of the internet (especially in relation to games).
The wonderful assemblies can be viewed by following these links:
Following on from our lessons this week, please take some time to have a chat with your children to find out what they enjoy doing online. One of the most important steps to keeping your children safe online is understanding their online use and letting them know you are interested in what they do and that they can come and speak to you about their worries.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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