Safer Internet Day is celebrated globally in February each year to promote the safe and positive use of digital technology for children and young people, and to inspire a national conversation about using technology responsibly, respectfully, critically, and creatively. The Manor’s Digital Leaders created a range of activities for our pupils to take part in during form time and break times, including an e-Safety treasure hunt competition and an e-Safety poster competition.
With true Manor energy and enthusiasm, groups of pupils solved the treasure hunt clues that were posted around the School. With so many entries, our Digital Leaders shared the load of marking and, with Mrs Mullaney as adjudicator, we found our Year Group winners, who received an e-Safety Champion badge:
Bella – Tilly – Cecilie
Esme – Amity – Darwin – Safia
Alivia – Josephine – Tianyi – Maya
Lucy – Emily – Clemency
Madeleine F – Imogen S – Heidi H
The poster competition received an impressive number of high quality entries from across the school, which made judging very difficult. The first round was judged by Mr Footring, Miss Ingram and Miss O’Donnell, with the overall winner being chosen by our Headmaster, Mr Thomas.
Nora – Year 3
Hannah – Year 5
Emily – Year 6
The overall winner was…
Mae in Year 4 – well done, Mae!
The Digital Leaders would like to thank everyone for their participation in both competitions!
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