Safer Internet Day 2018

At St. Julian’s Primary, we take every opportunity to teach our children how to stay safe online. In lessons, assemblies and conversations on the playground, we teach children about the dangers of the internet and how to stay safe.

Each year, we take part in Safer Internet Day to raise awareness about internet Safety.

Our e-safety committee took the Foundation Phase and Key-Stage 2 assemblies, explaining about some of the dangers online and reminding pupils how to stay safe. They also interviewed pupils on the playground, asking them what apps and websites they like to use (see video below).

All classes learnt about e-safety during the afternoon by composing songs and raps, creating posters and animations and learning about staying ‘SMART’.

Ask your child about what they need to do to stay ‘SMART’ on the internet! It’s so important for parents to talk to their children about what they are doing online.

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