Miss McKean's year 3/4 watched a video on E safety on the internet safety website and discussed what we had heard. Next we loooked at Emoji characters and tried to match them up to their emotions. Children then designed their own Emoji Characters that would promote a postive message or show an internet safety tip. See some of our examples below:
Here are a few snaps of our learning about the importance of E safety in Miss Gunn's class. We not only discussed how we can keep safe on online devices such as computers, tablets and playstations etc. We also thought about how we could make the internet kinder. We talked about how hurtful comments online, are just as bad on a screen as they are in person!
Safer Internet Day 2016
Miss Harper's English group discussed rules for keeping safe online. They collaborated ideas and created amazing e-safety posters with clear messages. Well done guys!
The finished products!
In Year 1/2 we watched a super video all about being kind to people online. We also learnt that we had to think before clicked on anything that could be harmful and to tell an adult.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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