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Internet Safety

To begin the year the children used a free website to make their own word clouds - https://wordart.com/ all about themselves. They edited the colours, shapes and fonts. 

Over the year we will be looking at the 5 pillars of Google's Internet Legends.

For the first half of the Autumn term we reminded ourselves of the first pillar of being Internet legends: being Internet Sharp. We thought about what we should and should not share online, and with who. We then created our own word clouds of key vocabulary relating to safe sharing online.


During Autumn 2 we recapped being Internet Alert and not falling for fake news, profiles or emails. 
We looked at various scenarios and decided what the appropriate response would be, using our internet safety skills to keep us safe from fake profiles.

 

 

As most of us were learning from home in Spring 1, we completed our Internet Secure activities online using Seesaw. Here are some of the resources we looked at.

Video of password rules: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DE5xKaf4E9E&safe=active Interland - Tower of treasure: https://beinternetawesome.withgoogle.com/en_us/interland A password quiz: https://kahoot.it/challenge/07336974?challenge-id=580c1d26-cf02-4c33-a11d-d5ac925e0575_1609757288793

A password safety check site: https://www.security.org/how-secure-is-my-password/

As most of us were working from home during this half term we learnt about being Internet Kind remotely using seesaw. It also fitted in with Internet Safety day and we enjoyed an assembly from Google's Internet Legends. 

 

Here is one of the videos we looked at during our lesson, highlighting how positivity spreads and kindness and smiles are contagious!  

 

https://ribbleton-avenue-methodist-junior-school.primarysite.media/media/kindness-is-contagious-1 

We looked at who we would report various scenarios to when issues occurred online. We voted to see which people or organisations we might turn to for help. Here are some of the examples we discussed.

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