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The Online Safety Sqaud (The OSS)

We have an Online Safety Squad made up of pupils from Year 4, 5 & 6, Mrs Box and Mrs Riley. 

In 2016 the children in the squad decided that we needed a new name, new logo and a new motto. The children worked together to come up with the name, one of the Year 6 members designed a new logo, and we launched a school wide competition to find a new logo. 

The new details are:

The Online Safety Squad (The OSS)

Be safe online, not sorry!

 The committee was set up in 2013 and since then have completed the following tasks:

  • presented KS2 assemblies to inform their peers about the importance of e-Safety
  • created a Student Agreement for staying safe online which all KS2 children have signed and displayed in their classroom
  • attended Parent Coffee mornings to talk to parents and carers about their e-Safety role in school
  • set up and run an e-Safety drop in session at lunch time
  • carried out a survey across KS2 to establish what information the pupils need
  • set up an "e-Safety Worry Box" for pupils to get advice on any issues they are facing
  • received training to allow them to go into class and train their peers on how to report online abuse.

Safter Internet Day Activities 2015 and 2016

* Coffee Morning
* Whole School Assembly
* Class based discussions
* Community Police Officer Workshops with Years 4/5/6

Quote from the local Community Police Officers:

"I just wanted to email in and say how well the year 4, 5 and 6 classes did when we've attended the school and given our talks on cyberbullying along with the dvd we showed. We really enjoy presenting this dvd and talk, and it was such a pleasure to work with your pupils. Every class we visited had really good questions for us and we took something away from each session.

 

I want to pass on our thanks to all the children in year 4, 5 and 6 and I hope they all enjoyed the sessions as much as we did!"

Online Safety resources for Parents and Carers

If you have any e-Safety concerns please speak to your child's class teacher, Mrs Box or Mrs Riley.

The following websites have some very useful information for you to read and share with your children:

https://www.thinkuknow.co.uk/

Advice for adoptive parents

http://ceop.police.uk/

http://www.kidsmart.org.uk/

http://www.saferinternet.org.uk/

http://www.connectsafely.org/

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