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Safer Internet Day

On Tuesday, we celebrated Safer Internet Day with our Computing Curriculum Day. Children across the school completed various online safety activities from understanding how companies use persuasive tools to attract consumers, to comparing the internet to a magic window and imagining what we would like to see. Across the school, children have been learning key messages like 'telling a grown-up if something bad happens online' and to 'decline friend requests to strangers'. In addition, pupils developed their Computational thinking skills, taking part in 'barefoot' (device-free) activities such as using binary to draw pixels to create images or giving instructions to build Lego without being able to see the steps visually. For parents/carers, there are lots of helpful tips and advice for keeping your children safe online at UK Safer Internet Centre.