Safer Internet Day Workshops

by | Feb 21, 2022

Throughout February OpenView Education are visiting schools with our interactive e-safety workshops to mark the occasion for Safer Internet Day.

A big thank you to all the schools that have been sharing these workshops via Twitter. Here’s a snapshot of these fantastic workshops, and what the schools have to say:

This is us working with Year 6 at Staines Prep School. In this workshop students were learning about the terms and conditions of social media and how companies process our data:

Back at Staines Prep we also worked with year 2, the workshop covers online safety message in an interactive and engaging way for students in Key Stage 1:

We had the pleasure of visiting Hampton Prep and Pre-Prep. Here’s their year 2 students enjoying the e-safety workshop:

We also returned to Minet Infant and Nursery School, their students had great fun in the e-safety workshops while learning how to stay safe online:

Our internet safety workshops are a popular way for schools to celebrate Safer Internet Day, learn more here.

And if you’re looking for more ideas for interactive workshops for your students, you can check out our Anti-Bullying workshops for Anti-Bullying Week, or our interactive Mental Health and Wellbeing Workshops here.

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