e-safety Information

saferinternet2015


Here at Moor Hall we are looking forward to Safer Internet Day 2015.  We will be learning about how we can stay safe online and what to do if we see something that makes us feel uncomfortable.  We will explore ways in which we can make the internet better by working together.  If you would like to find out more about safer internet day click the logo above or click here.

The internet has changed all of our lives, particularly our children’s. For parents and carers this opens up a whole new world of things to be aware of.

You might be struggling to keep up with the things your child is doing online, you might wonder whether what they are doing is safe, and you might also be thinking how can I be as good a parent online as I am offline?

Advice can be found by looking at the ThinkuKnowHow website using thP9120031e following external link -        

https://www.thinkuknow.co.uk/parents/Primary/

There is further information on the Four Oaks Cluster e-safety website, developed with our partner schools.

If you would like to know more about e-Safety, feel free to browse our very own 'Four Oaks Cluster e-Safety' website. Click the logo to the left or click here to explore it!

This website was created internally by staff-members within the Four Oaks Cluster Schools to provide a one-stop place where you (as a parent or a pupil) can get information and learn about staying safe on the internet.

Our children designed some e-safety posters last year. Talk to your child about e-safety. The pictures can be printed or you could get them to design their own poster and display it by your PC, tablet or laptop.

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WINNER - Lucas in year 5 created this fabulous poster based on the design of an iPhone. This huge cardboard iPhone is A3 sized, so all his rules are clear and easy to read. A fantastic mixture of rules and images make this poster both eye-catching and educational!
 
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YEAR 1 WINNER - Maddie drew this eye-catching poster - we loved that it was both colourful and informative

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YEAR 2 WINNER - We loved the way Ella created this poster by combining computer design and hand-written rules. This poster is also wonderfully informative, with clear Do's and Don'ts for staying safe on the net!

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YEAR 3 WINNER - Sebastian used his computer skills to make his poster. We loved that he gave us lots of rules but presented them as an acrostic, making them easier to remember!
 

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YEAR 4 WINNER - Samhita created this very bright poster. We really enjoyed the original ideas she has included, and think that the poster stands out brilliantly!

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YEAR 5 WINNER - Jemima hand-drew this large A3 sized poster. We really enjoyed the way she created funny scenarios with serious messages.


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YEAR 6 WINNER - Sophie created this great poster using her computer skills. We loved the way she presented her important messages clearly, and also the way she used an example to demonstrate this.
 

 
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