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Safer Internet Day 2021: Exploring Reliability in the Online World
Safer Internet Day is celebrated across the globe in over 170 countries, with thousands of children joining in across the UK.

This year, we at North Leigh participated in this event on our return to school on March 8th. Every class took part and learning happened over a number of computing lessons using age appropriate resources to support all our children in their safe use of the internet.

This year's campaign aimed to help children know what to trust online and how to support young people question, challenge and change the on-line world.

Holly Class enjoyed watching Detective Digiduck storytime childnet.com/digiduck encouraging young children to start thinking about online content and help them to understand that what they read or see online might be true, untrue or someone's opinion. Fortunately, Wise Owl is on-hand to tell Digiduck what to do when he's feeling unsure about something online.
The children also drew pictures to illustrate what they enjoy doing online.

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Oak Class used role play to explore a variety of scenarios where it is important to talk to someone you trust when you are worried about something online. They also reflected on what they had learned as a result of the "Safer Internet" day.
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Ash Class became "internet jargon busters" discovering the meaning of words that can help us stay safe online.
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Maple Class designed posters to show what they would do if something online made them feel worried or upset. They also thought about how they could test if something they saw online was true.
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Willow Class used role play to explore and debate both side of an argument: "The more times something has been shared online the more believable it is." "If you see something untrustworthy online, you share it with your friends so they know it's not true."
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Hazel Class discussed the things they could do if they felt unsafe or unsure about information they found on the internet. They acted out the different ways they could make sure they felt safe online.
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Rowan Class responded to their Safer Internet Day learning through written pledges to help them stay safe on line.
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