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Safer Internet Day 2020

We have been looking at being good digital citizens as part of our ongoing work this term and we discussed ways in which we could together make a better internet. It was a brilliant discussion and we used the term ‘a good digital citizen’ to create our #hastags.

Internet Safety Day- February 2020

On Internet Safety day, Beech class explored the idea of making the internet a better place.  We begun by considering what is  meant by our online identity.  We then completed our 'Who am I online?' identify wheels. 

 

We really enjoyed becoming a boss deciding from a pool of applicants who we should give a job to based on their online activities and online identity.  It made us realise that what we do online can be there forever and can have an impact on us in the future.  We discussed the statement- 'Being 'free to be me' online means that I can do or say whatever I feel like'.  This statement ignited a healthy debate in our class.

 

We enjoyed completing our #Free to be posters.  Here were some of our ideas......

To make the internet a better place we are #Free to be..........

Equal

Myself

Confident

Treated fairly

Treated kindly

Expressive

11 th February 2020 

In Birch class, shared what things we should and should not share online. We now know that it is a bad choice to share any personal information online and should only use the internet with permission, supervision and only use it to visit places and websites we know.

 

Elm class listened to Buddy the Internet Safety Dog’s story. We then learned his song to remember how to stay safe online!

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Elm class then learned all about identities online. We learned that we should never share personal information. We then created our own “online identity” without giving away any personal information! 

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