Online Safety at MFSA
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Safer Internet Day
Safer Internet Day 2019 took place on Tuesday 5th February with the theme ‘Together for a better Internet: Our Internet, our choice.’ We had a big focus on getting consent before posting and sharing on social media and taking photos.
In Reception, the children learnt about Hector the dolphin and they talked about different apps and games they used on the Internet. They also learnt that they should only use the Internet if they are with and adult.
In Year 1, they used emojis to show how they felt about different scenarios on the Internet. They learnt that they must always get permission from an adult and what to do if they see something they don't like.
In Year 2, learnt to recognise acceptable and unacceptable behaviour on the Internet. They learnt to 'Be Internet Secure and Internet kind.'
In Year 3, the children learnt about online stranger danger and how to deal with inappropriate behaviour online.
In Year 4, they learnt all about digital footprints and what information is OK to share. they talked about always getting consent before sharing.
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Safer Internet day 2018
On Safer Internet Day we learnt all about how to stay safe on the Internet and what to do if we see something we don’t like. We learnt about not sharing personal information about ourselves and about cyber bullying. We found out which Apps children like to use and we researched them to find out their age rating. If you want to know more about these ratings please visit www.net-aware.org.uk.
With children of all ages having access to the internet on a wide range of connected devices, it is of vital importance that both children and parents are aware of the risks and dangers of unsupervised internet access. This is why it is important that E-Safety is taught to all pupils at Matchborough First School Academy explaining and demonstrating how to stay safe and behave appropriately on the internet through lessons, assemblies and Internet Safety Days.
We can only be successful in keeping children safe online if we work with you to ensure the E-Safety message is consistent. Your help is needed to talk to your children about how they can keep safe and behave appropriately online.
What can parents/carers do? Follow these simple rules.
We encourage parents/carers to contact school to make an appointment to speak with Mrs Cartwright, our Computing leader, with any problems, concerns or questions.