A group of children from year 4,5 and 6 were involved in a 2 day training to become Cybermentors. Cybermentors will help other children in the school with information and concerns regarding online safety.
The Cybermentor programme includes:
Identifying and addressing key online risks for themselves and their peers,
Training- role play and techniques for managing typical scenarios to equip students with critical thinking skills for mentoring.
A staff session where key staff identified to lead in e-safety are invited. This is crucial to developing next steps and embedding the programme across school, with the aim of assigning roles, responsibilities and referral routes to be incorporated into the school structure.
It is great to have our children 'home!' Our children continue to be engaged in our innovative curriculum: Building the Kingdom overview - 'Rights and Responsibilities,' EYFS - ' Where my Wellies take me,' KS1 and 2 - 'Wonderful Water.'
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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