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Internet safety week

Discussion in 'Primary' started by rainbowdrop86, Apr 18, 2012.

  1. rainbowdrop86

    rainbowdrop86 New commenter

    Hi all, I'm a new ICT coordinator and my first task is to organise an Internet safety week for the end of term. I don't know where to start! I'm thinking I could get a visitor in, any ideas who would be best? I don't really know what the ht is expecting! What have you done in the past?
     
  2. rainbowdrop86

    rainbowdrop86 New commenter

    Hi all, I'm a new ICT coordinator and my first task is to organise an Internet safety week for the end of term. I don't know where to start! I'm thinking I could get a visitor in, any ideas who would be best? I don't really know what the ht is expecting! What have you done in the past?
     
  3. Have you seen these sites?
    http://www.thinkuknow.co.uk/5_7/hectorsworld/
    http://old.kidsmart.org.uk/default.aspx
    I think Beat Bullying has some stuff on cyber bullying as well.
    Maybe get classes/school council to draw up a list of internet safety rules- keeping information safe, what to do if you get an abusive email/text link it to 'real life' safety. (same rules for people on internet who are strangers as for strangers you meet in person) Organise a competition for the best illustrations for a poster of esafety tips to go around school.
    Could the children present what they've learnt to parents in an assembly? Often it's a massive issue at home as well as school.
    Have you got staff meeting time? Ask year groups to contribute something appropriate from every class to a display/assembly etc
    Ask your PSHCE co-ordinator- it's a big area for 'staying safe' and they should have access to materials too.
    HTH!
     
  4. We have local PCSOs that come in and talk about Internet Safety - usally has impact and the kids listen well..
     

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