Be Kind Online!
Our Internet Safety Day Hall Event was a great success. Thank you very much to all of you who attended, and for providing such positive feedback. The art work we produced is diverse, thoughtful and very eye catching. It certainly lives up to the theme of the day, “Celebrating Differences and Respecting Others”. The work is displayed in the hall. The message from the day was to always be kind online.
As adults, we should lead by example. Comments made online, particularly on social media can be read by anyone. If you have any complaints or concerns about any aspect of the school, please speak to a member of staff or contact us directly by email or letter.
We know that many of our pupils, especially the older children, are enthusiastic users of Youtube. Although this is a great learning resource, please be aware that some of the advertising that appears on the Youtube pages may not be age appropriate for your child. You can find help and advice on keeping safe online on internetmatters.org. Encourage your child to be open and honest about what they are doing online, preferably using the internet whilst in a family room rather than their bedroom.