Safer Internet Exhibition
If you did not know already, on Tuesday 6th February, we launched our Safer Internet Day exhibition. The children would be able to come and see their beautiful leaflets which were arranged tidily on the colourful display boards.
In the lodge (where it all happened) the children would be able to do activities hosted by the digital leaders. These activities were pledges where you promised to stay safe online. There were also surveys taken by the digital leaders.
You may have not come but during school there was a safer internet day talk for parents. The parents received lots of information on how to keep their child safe online.
A glorious glossary
Consent: This is where you ask for a special type of permission.
GDPR: This stands for General Data Protection Regulation.
Compromise: To make a type of agreement.
Deny: This means to say no
Offline: To be playing by yourself.
Allow: To say yes
Informed choice: To make the right choice
Example of what could happen to you
After school, panda goes to talk to his mum.
“Hi mum. Can I play fortnite on your new phone?”
“Ok but only for an hour,” said mum handing over her phone. Panda scrolls through her emails and messages all back.
Thank you for reading our safer internet newsletter. Wear your online seatbelt.
By MarcelloC and CharlieB, Class 5H Digileaders.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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