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Well it is all over for another year...and what a wonderful year it has been in Year 2. I had the...
What a busy day Kim, Libby and I have had! We have been busy in the garden, digging tyres into the...
Our last few days together have been lots of fun. We made our healthy fruit salads last week and...
Recommendations from e-safety talk
PC Amy Fletcher gave a very enlightening talk to pupils in Y5 and 6 yesterday, giving them know-how of keeping themselves safe on-line, whilst enjoying the huge benefits the new technologies offer.
It was lovely to see a good turn out of parents for the Y4-6 parent workshop. Thank you for the very favourable feedback, which makes organising such events worthwhile.
- Secure your passwords
- Change passwords regularly.
- DO NOT use names or information that can be easily related to you.
A suggestion was:- a sentence or phrase (possibly favourite line of a song
My daughters names is Charlotte and she is 3 years old is MdniC&si3yo#
Passwords for emails, banking etc should all be different
GPS — check your settings for taking photos as if your GPS is ON, the photo when sent is tagged with the location of the photo that has been taken
Facebook is a social network site aimed at young people of 13 years old and above. To sign up before being 13, means you have had to lie about your age. Facebook tries to protect young people by restricting access to adult advertising etc by changing settings as a signed in member becomes 18! If you have signed in as an older person, you are putting yourself at risk of being exposed to such material, earlier than is deemed appropriate!
CEOP sign (an eye on legs)