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For the week beginning 10th February, St Edmund's took part in Anti-Bullying Week and Safer Internet Day.
All of our classes in EYFS, KS1 and KS2 spent time completing activities to show an awareness of Antoi-Bullying, and how to be safe online.
On Tuesday 11th February (Safer Internet Day), everyone wore odd socks to school to show that:
It is ok to be different.
If you would like any more information about Anti-Bullying Week and Safer Internet Day, follow these links:
In Nursery and 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?"
We gave our opinions and voted on whether things were safe to do or not using our thumbs.
Year 3/4 created a 'Jar of Changes' which contains small, simple ways we can change our behaviour to improve other people's feelings and emotions. Why not try smiling at someone today? Or giving them a compliment. They will feel better, and so will you.
We completed activities from SaferInternet.org which helped us to think carefully about how we can protect our identity online.
Year 5/6 had some fantastic discussions about how to make St Edmund's a lovely place for everyone to come to school, and how we can #makeachange.
We shared advice and suggestions about how we should behave towards others online, and who to talk to if we are worried about anything.