In the Net - E-Safety Performance
At Cranfield Church of England Academy, we aspire to provide our children with exceptional foundations in their knowledge and skills in using the internet to become perceptive, safe and discerning users of the internet. We do this by:
Protecting and educating our pupils, parents and staff in their use and understanding of technology.
Having the appropriate mechanisms to intervene and support any incidents.
Striving to prevent any e-safety concerns through excellent teaching of e-safety.
Our school's achievement of the E-Safety Mark, awarded in July 2015, was a very proud moment for our school! We were the first school in Bedfordshire to achieve the mark, awarded through formal assessment of the quality of our online safety provision and a fantastic demonstration of our commitment to e-safety.
Key Stage Two were delighted today to welcome the performers of 'In the Net' to Saint Peter's Site today as part of the children's learning on E-Safety.
The children thoroughly enjoyed the performances and learnt a great deal from it!
Comments from the children about the production included:
"it was really funny - I really enjoyed it."
"The actors were amazing - I have learnt so much about staying safe online."
"The play will help me remember facts about staying safe online."
"If you see a website you don't like, shut the screen, go tell an adult in a trice."
"Don't share personal information."
"Don't contact anyone you don't know, they might not be real or be who they say they are."
"Don't post pictures which show where you go to school."
"If you are worried about anything tell an adult."
"Ask permission before you go online."
"Bullying / making nasty comments online is as bad as bullying in the playground. It still hurts the other person."
Our thanks to the performers in teaching the children such important messages.
- To find out more about e-safety at Cranfield, click here.