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Safer Internet Day

On Safer Internet Day the children watched a video on a pair of puppets called Red and Murphy. These puppets talked about what it feels like when being online becomes too much. They also spoke about what actions should be taken by the children when they see something they shouldn't have. They try and conclude that it is important to take a minute, switch off devices and talk to a grown up. This could be a teacher, or a parent. 

'I enjoy learning about 3D shapes'.
'I love school because I play with my friends'.
'I like to climb and play on the climbing frame'.
'I am playing ringer ringer roses'.
'I learn how to do nice handwriting'.
'The school is so fun'.
'I like lunchtime'.
'I love school because I can see my friends'.
The children drew some pictures to show why they love coming to school. The children drew lots of pictures about their friends and some of the subjects they like to learn, such as handwriting, and maths. The children discussed that when children are not nice to each other they usually go and speak to an adult or a grown up. Therefore, it is important that if they do not like something that happens online or on a device they are on, they should also speak to a grown up.