To celebrate Safer Internet Day, children across Key Stage 2 had the opportunity to work with Bigfoot Arts Education, taking part in cyber safety workshops.
The workshop encouraged the children to consider how they use the internet and other forms of smart technology as well as giving them the opportunity to think about how this impacts on their own safety and well-being.
They used drama and lots of games to think about how to stay safe online, how to share information and connect with others safely as well as considering the consequences of negative behaviour. They revisited the SMART rules (SAFE-MEET-ACCEPTING-RELIABLE-TELL) and thought about how they can use these to make sure that they are safe online.
Our school digital leaders will now continue to develop this with children across the school as part of their role.
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