Today concludes our online safety week. Watch the last video all about Online Friendships and complete the activity on Purple Mash.
Parents- Don't forget to sign up to National Online Safety using our enrolment link and take part in an online parent course. Keeping the children safe when online is something we all take very seriously.
Remember that we must treat others online as we would in real life.
Think about all the things you have learnt this week about being safe online. Login to Purple Mash and complete the Online Safety poster activity in your 2DOs.
Today's theme for online safety is password safety. Watch the video to learn more about password safety.
Watch the Password Rap.
Can you create yourself a new password now. Remember it should contain letters and numbers.Use: https://howsecureismypassword.net/ to check how strong your password is.
Today we are looking at our online identity. Watch the video to learn more about online identity.
Create your own Avatar. Draw a picture of yourself or use a printed one. You could add glasses, change your hair colour, eye colour or even give yourself facial hair.
Alternatively - Watch the video below and login to Purple Mash to create and edit your avatar! :)
See how easy it is to pretend to be someone else online?!
Watch the video storybook about DB Bear and the problem he has sending his teacher an email.
Login to your Purple Mash account and find 2Email.
Compose an email to your class teacher. Try to type in full sentences just like DB Bear learnt to.
Alternatively you could write a letter/email with pen/pencil to your teacher and post it to Tapestry.
Watch the video of Mrs White reading through Oscar's Online Adventures. Oscar encounters a variety of problems in his adventures. Talk through each problem with an adult and help Oscar choose the correct option.
Look at the Online Safety rules we follow in school. Can you use them to make your own online safety rules for you to follow at home.
You can use the family online safety rules sheet below or make your own!
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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