And the winners are ….

Online Safety Competition VeeMakinOnce again a fantastic response from Bolton schools.
Thank you to all schools that supported this years Online Safety competition.

There were posters, collages, Power points, board games, coding games, raps and songs, stop motion videos, models and even an edible e-safety cookie!

Here are some of the highlights.

What did you do for Safer Internet Day 2016 ?

This year I was asked to go to a school and deliver a school assembly and then work with upper KS2 children.

We decided that we would work in the hall, no chairs or tables just flip chart paper and felt tip markers what more could we have asked for!

The first task was to look at all the different websites the pupils visited. We then collated data on the most popular sites and discussed implications of sharing images, why site have recommended age restrictions; this data is going to be used in maths lessons during the week.

Here are my morning highlights …

What were yours? it would be great to see what Bolton got up to for #SID16

Don’t forget… Our Online Safety Competition for Bolton Schools. The focus for our competition is linked to this year’s SID2016 theme – ‘Play your part for a better internet!’
Entries can be in any format – video, collage, posters, and the wackier the better!
Closing date for entries is 1pm Friday 26thFebruary 2016

The winning schools will be announced early March and displayed on BoltonSICT Blog site.

ONLINE SAFETY COMPETITION

SID2016_logoOPEN TO ALL BOLTON PRIMARY SCHOOLS
To raise the awareness and importance of safeguarding and online learning, Bolton Schools ICT are running an Online Competition for our schools.

The focus for this competition is for schools to show their learning linked to this year’s SID2016 theme – ‘Play your part for a better internet!’
Entries can be in any format – video, collage, posters, and the wackier the better!
Closing date for entries is 1pm Friday 26thFebruary 2016

There will be a prize for KS1 and KS2.
The winning schools will be announced early March and displayed on BoltonSICT Blog site.