On Tuesday 7 February, the whole school celebrated Childnet’s Safer Internet Day.
The aim for this year was to get children talking about their life online, what they like to do and how they can keep safe. The girls at Spencer, following thoughtful discussion, used their iPads to take photos of each other, to which they added a speech bubble and wrote an important piece of online advice.
At Spencer House, the girls made ‘chatterboxes’ and asked each other ‘what would you do if’ questions. There was lots of thoughtful discussion and the room buzzed with enthusiasm. Then they used their iPads to take photos of each other, to which they added a speech bubble and wrote an important piece of online advice.
At Wilberforce House, girls enjoyed reading ‘ Hanni and the Magic Window’, a story about a little girl who sees amazing things through her window at home but one night she sees something that upsets her and she doesn’t know what to do about it. We discussed how this relates to going online and seeing something scary and why it is important to tell a trusted adult what happened.
Girls have created their own pictures for a display on each site, which will shortly be on display for all to see.