This year’s Safer Internet Day will focus on exploring our identities online. In house assemblies, students will be encouraged to explore identity online, and how the internet shapes the way that they think about ourselves and others. In form time, students will be looking in more detail as to how they present themselves online. This Safer Internet Day, we will celebrate our differences in an online world and help all students work towards creating a truly inclusive internet.
Below we’re offering a task that can be done at home with the whole family. Creating an internet safety plan can everyone in understanding the differences in what young people use the internet for compared to adults and help you in guiding them in dealing with the excitement and challenges of the online world. By opening up conversations around identity online, young people can be inspired and empowered to support each other to be who they want to be, both online and offline.
In the next half term, we’re hoping to re-run the online safety information session for parents that we ran before Christmas. To be sure that you get these essential dates, please ensure you’ve updated any contact details with the school and ensure that the MyEd app is installed and updated on your smartphone.
Mr Thornewill - Subject Leader Computing
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