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Online Safety Survey

This term we conducted a survey to help us understand how safe we are online. This was just an informal set of questions posed to the class with a rough count based on the responses.

The results of this survey will help teachers target their online safety lessons, reinforce good practice and help us to understand what online activity our children are engaging with.

Some of the most concerning data from the survey:

  • Over one third of our children have seen something that they thought was wrong or scary
  • 63 children claim to have chatted to somebody they didn't know
  • 106 children have used, or have joined Roblox (lots in the news about this games site at the moment)

For more information about staying safe online see our online safety page.

The full results of the survey are below:

Safer Internet Day

As part of Safer Internet Day we have been focussing on ways to stay safe online and the dangers of sharing information with people we do not know.

PC Pete visited our school and helped us understand some of the dangers of not using the internet safely. 

   

The UK Safer Internet Centre have some great tips for parents and carers including this video clip below: