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Last week, students at Queensbury School had been learning about internet safety. In celebration of Safer Internet Day 2023, students were discussing how to stay safe online.
The day began with form activities and quizzes, in preparation for workshops with PC Duncan.
Class 7N were the first to have their workshop with PC Duncan where they spoke about some of the legal ramifications of online actions. PC Duncan also gave real-world examples of how poor internet safety can affect people and families.
Throughout the week there had been lots of conversations about internet safety.
This is in line with this year Safer Internet Day theme of ‘Want to talk about it? Making space for conversations about life online’.
Queensbury School’s internet safety week was a great success, teaching the children valuable lessons on how to stay safe online.
After a special day and workshops with individual classes, children across the school felt that they improved their knowledge of Internet Safety.
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For more on Queensbury School visit www.queensburysch.com
To learn more about how to help children and young people stay safe online visit www.saferinternet.org.uk