Safer Internet Day

Each year at Clifton, we recognise and celebrate Safer Internet Day as part of our ICT week.

This a global event during the Spring Term, coordinated in the UK by the UK Safer Internet Centre. The celebration sees hundreds of organisations getting involved to help promote the safe, responsible and positive use of digital technology for children and young people.

Safer Internet Day 2017

7 February 2017

Safer Internet Day 2017 had the theme 'Be the change: unite for a better internet!'

Within this, children at Clifton looked at how images and videos are shared online with particular consideration as to whether the images are always what they seem. This was through assemblies, class activities, newsletters, posters and a competition. The same message was shared with parents by our IT buddies at a workshop where one parent won a digital camera!

Children were also reminded to use the internet responsibly and always be kind online.

Take the Safer Internet Day Quiz (external link) to see if you make kind choices online.


One of our super posters.
 
IT Buddies present our winning parent with a digital camera.

Safer Internet Day 2016

9 February 2016

Safer Internet Day 2016 had the theme 'Play your part for a better internet!'

Within this, children at Clifton were reminded to use the internet responsibly, always be kind online and encouraged to recognise the dangers of 'over-sharing'. This was through assemblies, class activities, newsletters, posters and a blog competition.


Our winning eSafety posters.

This year there were some excellent #shareaheart posters and eSafety posters. Well done to everyone who entered.

One of our posters was so good it was even used as part of an article in the Guardian (external link).

Well done to 5F for this!

The winners of our competition were Khalisa 2BM, Tagreed 6S, Aeysha 5F, Reem 4H, and Humaira 1B.