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Safer Internet Day 2019

On Tuesday 5th February, the school took part in Safer Internet Day 2019, a national day looking at how we can make the Internet safer and better. We discussed how we can make a positive contribution and the potential risks there are when using the Internet. Well done to everyone for making the Internet a safer place to be!

E-Safety Committee

E-Safety is continuously promoted across the school and our E-Safety Champions help raise awareness.

SMART Rules

 

We know:

  • Never give out any personal information (name, address, likes and dislikes, hobbies, telephone number) online.
  • People are not always who they claim to be.
  • Do not talk to strangers online or meet them in real life.
  • Tell a trusted adult such as a parent, carer or teacher if something online makes them feel uncomfortable or scared.
  • Spend more time with real-life friends rather than online friends.
  • Do not open emails and messages from people that they do not know.
  • Treat people the way they would like to be treated. For example, do not say nasty things and do not take part in cyber-bullying and to actively discourage others from taking part in online bullying.
  • Do not share usernames and passwords with other people.
  • Be careful about what websites you decide to visit and always check with an adult. Only go on websites that are educational and promote learning.
  • Do not post photos online without parent's approval.
  • The majority of social media websites including Facebook, Twitter, MySpace, Instagram and SnapChat have a minimum age of 13.

Bullying

If you are being bullied, tell someone you trust - this could be your teacher or a brother, sister or a parent.

 

What is bullying?

 

• It’s when you are unkind or mean to the same person and it happens more than once.

• Bullying can be unkind words, unkind hands and unkind feet.

• It can happen in class, on the playground or using the internet.

 

Do’s and Don’ts

 
• Do tell someone either a teacher, adult or friend who can speak up for you.

• Do try and tell the bully to stop.

• Don’t copy the behaviour of the bully.

• Don’t do it back to them.

 

What Should I Do If I See Bullying?

 

If you see bullying ALWAYS tell a teacher!

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