Safer Internet Day (Part 3)
Children at Colegrave are fantastic ambassadors for promoting online safety and this was reflected in the rich and thought-provoking discussions and activities that took place throughout this year's Safer Internet Day. All Key Stage 2 classes talked about online relationships and how we communicate with people over the internet. We looked at a range of hypothetical scenarios and discussed the best way to act in each given situation.
The children in Year 3 created some great online safety plans with loads of helpful advice on how to stay safe online.
Year 4 talked about their favourite games and came created gaming guides for people to learn about the games they enjoy.
Year 5 looked through different scenarios that could occur when communicating online and made suggestions for the best ways people could respond.
If somebody wants to leave a chat, you should respect their wishes.
Being respectful online is having a healthy friendship and you shouldn’t put pressure on anyone. Be kind and accepting.
Respect is your best power. It’s the trust or friends and allies that someday in the future may help you in your toughest times.
In Year 6 we talked about all of the different ways we use the internet, both in school and at home. We had some great discussions about being respectful online and talked about ways we can deal with difficult situations that may arise when communicating with others over the internet.