Hi everyone, I hope you all had a great half term and were able to enjoy some of the sunshine. I am still missing you all and am so looking forward to seeing everyone as soon as we are able. Please take care and keep safe and well at home. Mrs Smith
A brilliant website called Headspace is currently free to use. It has many online sessions dealing with stress and anxiety. This is a great place for both adults and children. Please take a look! https://www.headspace.com/covid-19 Mr Holloway
The ThinkuKnow team have created their third set of online safety activities for you to complete at home. Have fun! X
Save your ink! Only print if you really need to, even if the activity suggests printing you could write on paper or draw instead. Click on the instructions.pdf for every year group instructions and click on your year group.pdf for your online safety activity.
Please do not print unless you really need to, save your ink!
One of the Year 3 activities is to learn The Funny Tummy Song using British Sign Language (BSL). Year 4, Year 5 & Year 6 can also do this activity, just click on the Year 3 activity sheet.
What do you think is the best Online Safety Rule? Tell me next time you see me!
Always be careful when you are using the Internet. The Internet can help you to keep in touch with your family and friends, help your education and be a fun place to play games, but remember you need to think about who you are "chatting" to. Keep your online friends to people you know in the real world.
Remember if you feel uncomfortable online always ask for help. Speak to a "TA", a trusted adult. They will be able to help you.
Watch Jessie & Friends in three animation films to learn about how to respond safely to things you may see online.
Watch Sam, Ellie and Alfie continue their adventures in the Play Like Share films. The films will help you learn more about staying safe online.
If you are worried about online abuse or the way someone has been communicating with you online tell your trusted adult and they can report it to CEOP.