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St Peter's participates in Operation Encompass. Following the report of an incident of domestic abuse, school will be advised that the child has been involved. Please see school website for further details.

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To celebrate Safer Internet Day, we discussed all the amazing things that we can do using the internet. We discussed what we liked to do. We then spoke about although it is incredible, the internet isn’t perfect and sometimes people use it in ways that are unkind and safe. We wrote a list of who we can talk to if we see something that upsets or worries is. We know the more we talk about things we see and do online, the easier it is for us all to support each other. It also means if something ever does go wrong, it’s even easier to find someone to help.


We then played a game, if the children landed on a “help” square, they had to read a scenario and decide what question they would need to ask for help. 

This afternoon we used iPads to research animal classifications. We used the camera to scan QR codes to load the website to help us with the new facts. 

Today we started our Digital Literacy lessons. We learned what is means to be a “digital citizen” and the word “pledge”. We looked at different ways we could use technology safely. We then watched a video about the different ways we could stay safe online. We then wrote a personal pledge of how we can be a good citizen online. This includes limiting the time spent online, only talking to friends and never sharing personal information online.  

This afternoon we learnt about the importance of having “device free break”. We discussed how using devices at certain times it would be better not to use devices for example when people are driving as it’s dangerous and illegal, when people are crossing the road. We know that when people are using their devices, they are not giving other their their full attention like when people are talking to them or when they should be doing their spellings. We then discussed what advice we would give to a grown up to be distracted by a device. Here are a selection of those 
advice sheets.


We have also challenged the children to remove all devices for an hour before bedtime, for a week, to see if it improves their sleep and if they feel better in the morning.

Today we used the app “Word Hippo” to improve the adjectives we can use in our Autumn poems. 

This afternoon we used the iPads to take photos of the things that God created. We learned how to unlock the iPad, take a photo and "AirDrop" the photos. 

Today we started our computing lessons. We completed an unplugged activity. The children had to think of different ways the could group shapes.