In the Infant School we recently did some work on E-Safety using 'The adventures of Smartie The Penguin' story. This story helps the children to be aware of how to keep themselves safe when using the internet. This coincided with World Safer Internet Day which was on Tuesday 6th February.
All the children worked hard answering questions about internet safety and listened carefully to the story.
If you click on the link below it will take you to the same story of Smartie the Penguin.
Smartie the Penguin has an amazing song that all the children know which helps them to stay safe on the internet. Have a look below to see the song.
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We have enjoyed a visit from the NSPCC and the ‘Stay Safe Speak out’ Campaign.
Speak out Stay safe is offered to schools to teach children about safeguarding in a lively, interactive and memorable way. With the help of their mascot Buddy, the child-friendly, interactive assemblies and workshops help children understand abuse in all its forms and recognise the signs and know how to protect themselves.
We have talked all about Bonfire Night and staying safe. We looked at the colours and patterns in the fireworks. We looked at the tradition of Bonfire night and how we keep safe.