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As part of their 'ThinkUknow' programme, CEOP (Child Exploitation and Online Protection command) have produced a set of resources called #LiveSkills. It is a package of resources for 8 to 18 year olds that focus on the features of live streaming and the specific risks young people can face. Click here to visit our Online Safety page to find out more.
Tuesday 9th February is Safer Internet Day. At this time, when we are all having a lot more screen time, we feel that it is important to continue to highlight the importance of staying safe online. This year, Safer Internet Day 2021 will be celebrated in the UK with the theme:
An internet we trust: exploring reliability in the online world.
Next week, the children will be taking part in a range of activities based around this years theme.
Further information regarding online safety can be found on the Safer Internet website (https://www.saferinternet.org.uk/safer-internet-day/2021) and the Online Safety page of the Dubmire website (https://www.dubmire.co.uk/curriculum/e-safety).
On Wednesday, Year 3 took part in a fantastic Stone Age Survival day. First, we learned about different ways of lighting fires including using iron-pyrite, a flint and steel, and a bow and drill. After that, we got to handle some Stone Age artefacts and find out more about the ways they were made, and used. In the afternoon, Rob, the instructor, showed us how to make Stone Age style bread: floor, water, oil and honey were the ingredients. We then cooked the bread over a real fire. It was delicious. Finally, we worked together to make Stone Age shelters. What a great day! To see what we got up to, what the video below.
This link takes you to the parent help section for Class Dojo:
Class teachers will be sending out an electronic invite enabling parents to sign up, and access, their children’s Class Dojo Portfolio. The invite will be delivered direct to the parent’s Class Dojo message inbox. So keep an eye out!
Class Dojo portfolio is a private area where children can upload images and videos; do drawings; and compose written content which they can share with their teacher. Each child’s portfolio can only be seen by themselves, their parents, and the class teacher. When your child completes their homework, take a photo, or a screen shot, and upload it to their Class Dojo portfolio.
Attached, is a guide explaining the joining process which includes a short video that explains a bit more about Class Dojo portfolio.
We are looking forward to seeing what the children are doing.
Class Dojo can be used for communication between teachers and parents during school time. We will also be sharing key information using this resource so please sign up immediately.
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