At Queenswell Junior School we believe Online Safety is very important. We work very hard to support our children in learning about the online world and the possible dangers they may encounter.
Our online safety focus for the first half of the Spring Term 2018 is Keeping Personal Information Safe. We will also be promoting Safer Internet Day on Tuesday 8th February.
We are proud to announce that on Wednesday 31st January we will be hosting an online safety parents workshop delivered by the NSPCC and O2. We will be sending out invitations in the coming week. Spaces are limited so book you place as soon as you receive your invitation!
During anti bullying week each year group focused on a different area of anti cyberbullying. Year 3 learnt about what do if someone sent them a mean or unkind message. Year 4 learnt about griefing in Minecraft and what they should do if it became a cyberbullying issue. Year 5 watched the anti cyberbullying videos they made at the end of Year 4 and discussed the issues raised and what to do if … Year 6 watched a video about what to do if a friend was to cyberbully them. Below is a collection of the posters made over the week.
NSPPC NetAware have reviewed the most popular sites, apps and games that children and young people use, e.g. Minecraft, Instagram & WhatsApp. Click the image below to find out more information about content suitability, age ratings, quotes from parents, children and young people.
Parentinfo from CEOP and Parent Zone provides expert information to help children and young people stay safe online. Click the Parent Info link above for all their latest articles and frequently updated content.