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What is Cyberbullying? By Year 5

In Year 5, children have made posters about cyberbullying to help other children understand what it is and how they can get help if they fall victim to it.

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Learning about Cyberbullying in Year 1

As part of their learning about how to recognise and deal with all sorts of bullying, including cyberbullying,  Year 1 have made handprints with the names of five people they can turn to if they are being bullied.

Cyberbullying: Anti-Bullying Week 2015

St Marie's has been learning about Cyberbullying and how to deal with it, as part of their learning in Anti-Bullying week. Here are some poems which have been written by Year 4 pupils about Cyberbullying.

The poems are inspired by a poem called 'I Am' by Laura from Bullying UK.

Year 2H E-Safety

In Y2H we have been watching Hector's World to learn more about how we can keep ourselves safe online. We also had help from Smartie the Penguin who taught us to think before we click. Watch how we turned this into a catchy little catchphrase! Now we will always remember how to keep ourselves safe.

Esafety in Year 1

In Year One the children enjoyed watching " Hector's World" and designing  e safety posters on ESafety Day. We had  a key Stage One Assembly in which Mrs Waters told  a story about keeping safe on the internet. We also took part in a P4C  session  in which the children  explored the importance of  making sure that parent's are responsible for any photos uploaded and they monitor all websites visited by young people. 

E-Safety in Year 3

On 'Safer Internet Day', we learnt about the different ways that we can stay safe when using the internet. We watched some videos that explained how we can stay safe when we play games online and when we are browsing the internet. We had a go at creating passwords that nobody would guess and we learnt how to keep our personal information safe. We had a competition to see who could design the most informative, attractive and engaging e-safety poster- Hazel's winning design will be laminated and displayed in the computing suite!

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