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E-safety week in Paddington Class- Day 1

Posted by on May 18, 2015

This week is E-safety week.

Today we were asked the following question:

What does E-safety mean to you? 

Paddington class think that E-safety means staying safe online.

Here are the children’s comments about how to stay safe online:

  • You shouldn’t press anything on the computer that you haven’t been on before because it may be something that is private or dangerous.
  • If you get stuck or you are unsure of something you must tell an adult.
  • Don’t give people your passwords.
  • You must ask to go on the internet (home-adult, school-Miss Tallett or Mrs French or another adult).
  • You must ask permission if you are downloading anything on phones, laptops, tablets and Ipads such as games.
  • If someone is being unkind to you tell an adult- if you don’t tell any adult then no one can help you.
  • Do not give any personal details away to a stranger (full name, email address, phone number, address, school name).
  • Do not meet up with anyone online.
  • Do not open messages from people you do not know.
  • Do not put pictures of yourself on the internet- use an avatar instead.

Creating an avatar:

We discussed why it would be better to put an avatar on the internet rather than using real pictures of ourselves. We found it fun making Miss Tallett’s avatar.

avatar me

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