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At Court Lane Junior School we teach our children how to embrace what the internet can hold, but to always be safe in doing so.  We follow the ICT code of conduct that Portsmouth City Council has given to all schools, and encourage all children to use the S.M.A.R.T rules in order to be safe on line.

 

E-Safety week 2017

 

We have had a very successful e-safety week this February. There were a variety of wonderful activities happening around CLJS. In year 3 there was a reminder of SMART rules and how these work at home. Year 4 also went on to look at how to create memorable ways to remind others in school of the SMART rules, and at home how to be safe on a PC, smart phone and tablet.

Year 5 focused on social media, especially the key question of ‘what is a digital footprint?’ In turn this linked to their PSHE work on cyber bullying, and to consider what steps can they take to prevent cyber bullying from happening?

Lastly Year 6 also worked on their understanding of social media e-safety with particular focus on snapchat& facebook; especially on smart phones used between their peers. This then linked to 'power of 1' from PSHE anti-bullying day last year, and asked the children to consider how they would help a friend who was being cyber bullied.

At the end of the week Year 3 took part in creating a whole year group e-safety play called ‘Team robots vs the Meanies’. Music, singing, costumes, props and drama made a wonderful play about aliens who saw cyber bullying on planet Earth and how this could be stopped. Year 2 and Year 4 came to watch and loved it!

Well done to all the children! What a wonderful way to help each other understand how important e-safety is both at school and at home!

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'What can I do if I think cyber bullying is occurring to my child?

If you think cyber bullying is occurring please use the following links to help you decide the best course of action.  Please also contact the school if you feel we could help you.

 

http://www.internetmatters.org/issues/cyberbullying/

http://parentinfo.org/

https://www.thinkuknow.co.uk/parents/

https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/444865/Advice_for_parents_on_cyberbullying.pdf

http://www.anti-bullyingalliance.org.uk/send-resources/cyberbullying-send/cyberbullying-information-for-parents/

http://www.vodafone.com/content/parents.html


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