Safer Internet Day (SID) is an EU wide initiative to promote a safer internet for all users, especially young people. Safer Internet Day 2022 took place on Tuesday, February 8th. On this day we discussed ways your child can be safe online. We ask that you reinforce this message with your child at home regularly too.
Webwise.ie is the Irish Internet Safety Awareness Centre which is co-funded by the Department of Education and Skills and is co-financed by the European Union’s Connecting Europe Facility. Here you will find information, advice and free educational resources addressing a range of internet safety issues and concerns including the latest online safety advice in relation to different apps and softwares. https://www.webwise.ie/parents/
Webwise in partnership with the National Parents Council Primary hosted the #TalkListenLearn Safer Internet Day 2022 event on supporting children and parents/guardians online. The #TalkListenLearn campaign encourages parents to have open and regular conversations with their child about the internet.
In school we held a Safer Internet Day Competition where all classes were asked to create a Safer Internet Day poster or art competition. The entries were brilliant, and the winners were very well deserved.
Ms. Kelly's Room
In Junior Infants this month our theme for Aistear was The Doctor's Surgery. We were learning about how Doctors and Nurses help us to feel better when we are unwell. We learned that healthy eating can help us to grow big and strong. We were very busy doing lots of lovely art activities too.
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