B Cador: December 2016
This afternoon, Y6 had a chance to revisit keeping safe with a particular focus: online safety. Mrs Francis and I were very pleased to hear how much they have remembered about keeping safe in lots of different situations.
We spent some time listening to four radio broadcasts, created by primary school pupils, as part of a social media challenge. We thought about their messages and how well they were presented.
We were introduced to the PANTS campaign and, as a follow-up, created our own PANTS messages to share with the rest of the school. You can see some of them in the attached photos.
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