Safety Week 2018

This week, we have been looking at how to stay safe. We can do this in lots of different ways.

It was Internet Safety Day on Tuesday 6th February and we read the stories PenguinPig and MonkeyCow by Stuart Spendlow and Amy Bradley.

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These books help us to know that we shouldn’t talk to strangers online as they might be pretending to be someone that they aren’t and that passwords need to be kept secret.

We used Purple Mash on the laptops to create our own rules for staying safe online.

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In the afternoons, we swapped classrooms with Ruby class to learn more about staying safe.

With Miss Varley, we have been learning all about how to stay safe on the road.

STOP, LOOK,  LISTEN, THINK, HOLD HANDS

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WIth Miss Mason, we looked at different ways to stay safe at school, online and with our personal hygiene.

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To find out more about staying safe online, click here to check out our school’s blog for online safety.

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Safer Internet Day 2017

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We have continued to learn about how to be safe today as it is Safer Internet Day.

In Pearl class, we read stories like Chicken Clicking and Penguin Pig to help reinforce the messages of how to stay safe online.

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From this, we used the laptops to think about the key messages that we learnt about from the stories. Here are some of our work.

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In school, we also use Hector the Protector to keep us safe.

Click here to watch the Hector’s World episodes. There are other activities that you can complete here as well.

Pearl class have made some rules that they are going to follow when they are online. Is there anything on their list that they have forgotten?

  • Always make sure that you ask an adult before you go online. 
  • Don’t talk to strangers, even they if they try and talk to you first.
  • Keep your personal information secret. This includes your name, address, age, birthday, school and telephone number. 
  • Always keep your passwords secret. 
  • Don’t put photographs of yourself online. 
  • Use a nickname instead of using your real name if you are playing games. 
  • Always tell your grown up if someone tries to talk to you. 
  • Use Hector the Protector at school if you see something that you shouldn’t and then tell a teacher. 

How to continue the learning at home:

  • Do you supervise your child online at home?
  • Speak to your child about the dangers of speaking to strangers online.
  • Check out our school’s E-Safety Blog for more information on how to keep yourself safe. This include devices such as iPads, laptops, PSPs, gameboys. Click here to access it.
  • Keep your eyes peeled for a letter coming home tonight about Internet Safety.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pictoboldo

What great fun we have had! We have been using the iPads to create some fruit and vegetable faces using an app called Pictoboldo.

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Click here if you would like to download it to your iPad/smartphone/tablet at home.

We took a picture of our faces and then used it in the app. The app gave us lots of different fruits and vegetables to choose from so that we could put the fruits and vegetables over our faces. We practised doing lots of different things such as dragging the pictures around the screen, making the pictures bigger or smaller; turning the images around the page and and flipping them to make a mirror image.

What do you think of our faces? Can you see any resemblance?

How to help your child at home:

  • Download the app to an iPad or tablet to allow your child to practise their ICT skills.
  • Speak to your child about how to be safe on the internet.
  • Make sure that you have spoken to your child to set rules about how to use an iPad or tablet safely.
  • Use real fruit and vegetables to create a real-life fruit and vegetable model.

Staying Safe on the Internet

In ICT, Pearl class have learning how to stay safe whilst using the computers, iPads and the internet.

We have already signed our acceptable use policies (AUPs) and we have included a rule on our class charter that says we need to treat the laptops and iPads with respect and keep our passwords secret.

First, we thought about what ‘personal information‘ was. We decided as a class that this included our full names, our address, where we go to school, our phone number, our email addresses and our birthdays.

Then we made a list of people that it would be okay to share this information with and all of the adults that we are able to trust. These included: mums, dads and other members of our family; teachers in school; doctors; police and other emergency services.

We already know that we do not talk to strangers in the street, but what happened if someone we didn’t know tried to talk to us whilst we were online? What if they asked us to share our personal information with them?

We watched a short video that highlights the importance of staying safe on the internet called Hector’s World. Click here to watch the videos at home with your child.

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We already use Hector in school on the laptops to help to keep us safe.

Tiana – We click on Hector if we see something that we shouldn’t.

Harrison – Then we tell a teacher to come and help us. 

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We have an E-Safety blog at school that is full of help and advice if you want to know more. Click here to view the blog.

Look at some of the work that we have been completing in our topic books.

How to help your child at home:

  • Talk to your child about the importance of staying safe online.
  • Do you know what your child is doing online? Make sure that your child is playing age appropriate games online and are not being exposed to things that are too old for them.
  • It is against the law for a child under the age of 13 to have social media accounts such as Facebook and Twitter.
  • Devices such as iPhones, Android phone, Playstations, Xboxes, PSPs are all internet enabled – Do you have the correct parental restrictions on them to keep your child safe?
  • Ask your child to tell you what to do if a stranger tries to talk to them online.