South Grove Mark Safer Internet Day 2017
On Tuesday 7th February, South Grove Primary School took part in this year’s Safer Internet Day. This year’s theme was, ‘Be the change: Unite for a better internet.’
This year for Safer Internet Day 2017, the UK Safer Internet Centre is showcasing the power of image in digital youth culture today. Each year group took part in a range of differentiated activities to ensure that the children have the skills, knowledge, confidence and resilience to communicate using images and videos safely and creatively. As a school, we wanted to empower children to have a positive time online and inspire everyone to ‘Be the change’ and use the positive power of image to help create a better internet.
All the children thoroughly enjoyed their day:
“My favourite thing about Safer internet day is making sure everybody is safe on the internet.” James 1B
“My favourite thing about Safer internet day is when we drew pictures of Smartie the Penguin because he tells his dad when he doesn’t know what to do on the internet.” Maryam 1A
“My favourite thing about Safer internet day is designing an E-safety poster because I like giving advice to people” Layla 5D
“My favourite thing about Safer internet day was the E-safety poster competition because it summarises how to keep safe online but have fun at the same time.” Kayleigh, Yasmin, Rumaysa and Cody 6Y
“My favourite thing about Safer internet day was remaking the story of Smartie the Penguin.” Yasheka 2F
“My favourite thing about Safer internet day was designing our own emoji because it helps you show your personality.” Ra’is and Saif 5D
Take a look at our photos from the day!
We can’t wait to celebrate next year’s Safer Internet Day!
During safer internet day, the children took part in a competition on who could create the best E-safety poster.
Well done to the winners!
Lukne 3DM (KS2)
Nahira 2F (KS1)
Abishaeha RW (Early Years)