This week was Safety Week at Prince Edward Primary School, and each year group participated in different activities tied to various aspects of safety. The Year 5s and 6s had four different workshops over two days, including one on e-safety with Mrs Lohoar, and on Tuesday, which was Safer Internet Day around the world, there was a whole-school assembly about how to stay safe online.
In Mrs Lohoar’s e-safety workshops, we learned all about our responsibilities as digital citizens and how it is up to each of us to look after our own digital footprints. Did you know that your digital footprint lasts forever? We also came up with own own lists of rules on how to use the Internet wisely.
We took home some information for all of our grown-ups so that they know how they can help us.
The other Year 5 and Year 6 Safety Week workshops were on home and fire safety, safety in relationships, and road safety. Check out the school’s other class blogs to see what everyone else was doing. The Year 5s and 6s will be creating non-chronological reports based on their work. Check back for those next week!