Digital Leaders at Bonner Primary School share how they led their peers in Safer Internet Day celebrations!
Published: 6th April 2021
Safer Internet Day 2021 was celebrated on Tuesday 9th February and young people across the country took part in activities to celebrate positive use of the internet. The day was also an opportunity for young people to raise awareness and have conversations about their online lives.
This year’s theme and accompanying research focused on ‘An internet we trust: exploring reliability in the online world’.
Thank you to Digital Leaders Taybah and Fleur from Bonner Primary School, who created a film to share how they celebrated Safer Internet Day 2021. We are so impressed with all of the activities that pupils at Bonner Primary School did to celebrate the day, and it is brilliant to hear how Digital Leaders engaged their peers in conversations about reliability online.
Take a look at Taybah and Fleur’s film below to find out what they got up to, as well as some slides from their fantastic presentation.
Thanks for your ‘Terrific Tip’, Taybah and Fleur. We think it is a great idea to check with an adult if you are unsure how reliable a website really is!
Many thanks to Ms Atherton for supporting your pupils at Bonner Primary School in their Safer Internet Day celebrations. If you would like to share your Digital Leader achievements and feature in a blogpost or in the community newsletter, get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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