Pupils in Year 5/6 have been learning how to create simple, straightforward VLOGs on the theme of an E-Safety message. Pupils planned and then filmed their messages. We hope that you learn something from the video below!
You may have listened to some of the Social Network songs recorded by Class K a few weeks ago. If you enjoyed those then you will love Class L’s video above! Please remember that it is against the law to use Facebook if you are under the age of 13.
Year 5/6 – Class K – have been learning about the dangers of social networking for children under the age of 13 (the minimum legal age for somebody to use a site such as Facebook).
The children have composed some short songs which highlight both the potential dangers and off alternative suitable social networking sites for children.
Click on the links below to listen to the songs.
Ensuring that your child stays safe when using electronic equipment is vital in today’s world. This is known as ‘E-Safety’. Below is a Parental Guide on how to monitor your child’s activities and keep in touch with modern technology. Included are parental guidelines for the Internet, Games Consoles (xbox etc), iPads and much more.
Click on the link below to launch the guide, or right-click and select ‘Save As’ to save to your machine.
Thanks to the team at Willow Street Primary School for taking the time to create this excellent document.
As you may be aware, every class has really began to focus on E-Safety this year as part of their ICT lessons. Over the next few months you can expect lots of information from us about E-Safety at both school and at home, including how you can ensure your child stays safe online. Until then, the following website is the Government’s information portal on everything and anything to do with E-Safety: