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Safer Internet Day 2017 will take place on 7th February. Find out more and get involved!
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We will be providing opportunities for young people to learn about how to use the internet safely and promoting awareness amongst parents.
We will hold an assembly based on the theme and run activities across the school.
We are supporting Safer Internet Day by partnering with the UKSIC to produce SID TV. We will be encouraging the schools we work with to get involved and use social media to push out key messages.
Michael Faraday Primary School will be celebrating Safer Internet Day through a variety of activities including: special assemblies, class -based activities, teacher training and a workshop for parents.
Each year group will be taking one of the SMART rules and creating their own top tips. These will be collated into a booklet and shared with the school, peers and sent home to parents.
The club intend to to run a feature in the match-day program and screens. The first team players will also warm-up wearing Safer Internet day T-shirt to promote the event as widely as possible.
To celebrate the message of Safer Internet Day, we will be having a full school assembly on Internet Safety.
On Safer Internet Day we will embed lessons across the curriculum on keeping safe digitally. We are also use resources from the SWGFL and will follow up with a whole school assembly by our Head Teacher.
We will be supporting Safer Internet Day by holding an assembly, organising class activities and providing information to parents to help our school community to learn about e-safety.
We are promoting Safer Internet Day by delivering activities in school for children to make them more aware of how to stay safe online and encouraging parents to get involved too.