In computing this term, we are looking at digital literacy. This week’s lesson involved us talking about what features can make a safe password and what other features mean that a password is not as strong. We used an app on the iPads to check how safe our made up passwords from the lesson were. We also checked the safety of some of our own passwords that we use regularly for our apps and games at home. In order to share our learning and to help keep younger children safe on the internet, we then wrote and recorded password raps for the children in year 3.
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