St Edmund's RC Primary School

Queen Street, Little Hulton, Salford M38 0WH

Email:

stedmunds.rcprimaryschool@salford.gov.uk


Tel:

0161 921 1940

Safer Internet Day 2019


On 5th February, St Edmund's took part in Safer Internet Day. All of our classes in KS1 and KS2 spent time looking at this year's focus: Permission & Consent.

Children completed activities which involved lots of discussions to make sure we are all safe online users, and are aware of the importance of when it is ok to give and ask for permission.

 

If you would like any more information about Safer Internet Day, follow this link, where there are more videos and resources that you can look at:
 https://www.saferinternet.org.uk/safer-internet-day/2019

 

EYFS

 

 

In Nursery, Mrs Hartley talked to the children about how to keep safe on the internet. 

 

They gave their opinions and voted on whether things were safe to do or not using our thumbs.

In Reception, we talked about all the different things that we can do online, for example, a favourite game or app that the children like to play on. Then we discussed the importance of staying safe online.  We looked at how when we are online we need to make lots of choices and "How would we feel if we were not given a choice?"  

Finally we listened to a story about Zap and Zoom who love to use the internet.  We discussed questions relating to choice and if it was okay? Then by using two Hula Hoops one for Yes and one for No, the children voted.

KS1
 
 
Year 1/2 discussed the importance of staying safe online, making sure we only share things that we have asked about and never sharing our personal details.
 
We looked at some statements and decided if we thought they needed a 'thumbs up' or a 'thumbs down'.‚Äč
Lower KS2
 
Year 3/4 had some great discussions about what permission is online and offline
 
Our teachers played a trick on us: they asked us to write down our favourite colours earlier in the week and started sharing them in our session, without our permission! We won't fall for that again!
 
We then played the permission game in small groups, stood in a circle. 
Upper KS2

If they are a good friend, they will understand and respect our opinion to say no.

 

Year 5 and 6  created a definition of 'Consent' after brainstorming ideas and discussing synonyms to further our understanding. We then looked at different scenarios about online and offline permissions, categorised them and discussed why consent is important. 

 

We watched videos we could relate to and learned a lot about how to 'Say No' in the most appropriate way if we are not happy with consent for something, for example if friends ask to put a photo online which we do not like.