A few weeks ago, we launched an ICT competition across school that challenged students to create a video that informed others of the dangers of fake information on the internet. […]
To promote internet safety, we are challenging students to create an engaging and creative video to advise audiences on the dangers of fake information on the internet. Further details on […]
Netflix is arguably the most widely used and best-known video-on-demand (VoD) streaming service in the world. It’s an extensive library of films and TV shows can offer endless hours of […]
Founded in 2011, Zoom is one the world’s leading video conferencing software providers. It has a number of features, including video and audio conferencing, real-time messaging, screen-sharing and the ability […]
A fantastic session with Ann Foxley-Johnson about staying safe on the apps we use. We have now created our own posters about using these apps.
Children have started to develop a podcast to inform peers and parents about keeping safe online. Each new episode will tackle another issue and give you the correct up to […]
Ann Foxly Johnson is in school today supporting our classes with internet safety week. Children are learning about keeping safe online and how to be responsible digital citizens.
Here are some of the fantastic videos created by Year 6 to show what can happen if you do not act responsibly online. Children have written their own scripts and […]
Keeping safe online is becoming increasingly difficult in today’s world where technology can advance quicker than we can keep up. Our Year 6 children have written and filmed some short […]
TikTok is a video-sharing social media app available on iOS and Android which lets users create, share, and view user-created videos much in a similar manner to Facebook, Instagram and […]
Today, The Willow Tree Warriors had their first meeting together. They began by viewing their Willow Tree Warrior pictures that are inspired by Interland (an online internet safety experience) before […]
With Christmas only a few weeks away, many of you will be using social media to share your excitement with friends and family. Being active on social media is a […]
Although children of all ages often watch YouTube content directly via the website or main YouTube app, YouTube itself states that the only place children should be watching its videos […]
Children often want to portray the ‘best version’ of themselves online. They look for inspiration from others; from friends, family, social media influencers, celebrities and others. But do they appreciate […]
Social media influencers have become major players in the online world. They can earn a lot of money and have considerable persuasive power. But do influencers always have your child’s best […]
Since the dawn of video games there have been questions asked about their potential link to violent or disruptive behaviour in people, and in particular, young people. These questions certainly […]