The World's End - It's only a game
On Tuesday 5th February it was 'Safer Internet Day.' Sharks class have been learning about keeping safe on the internet and to share what we have learnt we put on a play for our families and friends all about keeping safe on the internet.
The World's End, is an online game we made up as a class and this was the backdrop to our play we presented on Tuesday. The play was about Jay, who had signed up to play on the game even though he was not old enough to do so. The lack of supervision from his parents and being able to have his computer in his bedroom, led to long nights playing unsuitable games with people he did not know, not doing homework and clicking on pop ups which nearly ruined his computer!
As a class we now know we must stay SMART -
S - Safe - Stay safe by never sharing personal details with people you don't know.
M - Meet - Don't meet people from the internet.
A - Accept - Don't accept emails from people you don't know.
R - Reliable - Don't believe everything you read online.
T - Tell - Tell a parent or trusted adult if something or someone upsets you online.
For more information about internet safety, parents and carers can use these website:
Safeguarding training centre - Youtube Safety
SWGfL - South West Grid for Learning
Jay - Oakley
Alex - Elsa
Narrators - Grace and Oliver
Taylor - Robin
Jo - Juno
Jamie - Beau
Lee - Benjamin
Ashley - Zak
Game Master - Charlie
Cuddle Cat - Isabella
Tiger - Maya
Clover - Aimee
Horse - Erin
Pony - Sophia
Crocodile - Kian
Unicorn - Amelie
Pop Ups - Marley and Finley
Behind the Scenes
Technical Team - Herbie and Ivy
Props and Costumes - Rosa and Dominik