We have had a busy week of exploring and learning about how we can all work together for a better internet. All of the children have watched a special internet safety film which was made by some of the children in the OWL schools. This was followed by a whole school Bunting Challenge. Each class had a group discussion about their similarities and differences and then the children designed a bunting flag while thinking about the following questions: Who likes or does similar things to you online? Who likes or does different things? Is it OK to like different things? How does what you do online represent who you are? The individual flags have been joined together and we now have Safer Internet Day bunting to decorate our upstairs IT Suites. We are pleased that so many of you were able to join us for the parent/carer event and we hope that the session was both enjoyable and useful. It is so important that we all work together to make the internet safer for children.
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