This week, Woodfield Primary School celebrated Safer Internet Day, joining millions of people across the planet in ensuring that the world’s biggest network of individuals is a safe place to be! Across the school, children took part in a range of activities. Our assemblies focused on the ‘power of image’. Each phase looked at key strategies they can implement in their day-to-day use of the huge network that is the internet to keep themselves safe. During this day, children had the opportunity to chat with their teachers about keeping safe online and undertook activities that equipped children with the knowledge and skills to roam the net safely. Some of our children and staff even found an amusing way to keep our personal images hidden from those on the net. Check out the pictures below!

PARENTS! Clicking the link below will take you to the NSPCC ‘Online Safety’ site. Here, you are able to access information on how to make sure your child is safe when using the internet, apps and games on laptops, tablets, televisions and phones. Technology moves quickly and this website is constantly updated with all the latest information, including how to set up privacy controls. A free contact number is also available to speak to the NSPCC who can guide you through how to ensure your child is safe online. 

Alternatively, please ask to speak to Mrs Watson (E-Safety lead), Mr Wardle (Computing lead) or Miss Fallon (Inclusion lead) at reception and we can support you in this process. 


Online safety | NSPCC


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