In Spring 1, our whole school theme was Safety. You might remember that we visited Birley Moor Fire Station earlier this month and learnt about how to be safe if there was ever a fire. Click here to see our previous post.
That wasn’t the only thing we completed in school though linked to safety. What other types of safety can you think of?
In Pearl Class, we looked at how to stay safe when we cross the road.
In Ruby class, we looked at how to stay safe at home or at school.
On Tuesday 5th February, it was Safer Internet Day. In Literacy, we looked at the story MonkeyCow by Stuart Spendlow and Amy Bradley.
You might remember reading the prequel story PenguinPig when you were in FS2.
These books help us and remind us of the important messages to stay safe when we use the internet.
We must never:
- Speak to strangers online
- Tell a stranger who we are, where we live or where we go to school
- Give out any telephone numbers, email addresses or passwords
If any of these things happen to us, then we must:
- Tell a parent or teacher straight away
We used PurpleMash to create our own set of rules for staying safe when we are online.
Click here to see the Prince Edward Online Safety Blog. If you need any further assistance or have questions to ask, please speak to Miss Varley.