For all key stage 3

The importance of e-safety...

Link to Year 7

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Year 7

For all key stage 3

Many films began life as a book and some books start out as films. You are to watch the vidoe called "Clare thought she knew" and write it as a book. Describe the scenes in the video; write the dialogue and try and describe the feelings of the characters if you can. Make sure that you mention all of the key e-safety points that we have discussed in the previous lessons.

You can make the video full scren so that you can see it more easily and pause it and go back as often as you like so that you miss none of the detail.

If you finish here is another video that you can describe in the same way.

This is Joe's story. It is a different story because all of the characters are school mates. Clearly some are not as respectful as they might have been. Write your version of the story in your book

Year 8

For all key stage 3

This is from CEOPs Thinkuknow education programme that enables young people to recognise what constitutes personal information. The assembly facilitates young peoples' understanding that they need to be just as protective of their personal information online, as they are in the real world. It also directs where to go and what to do if young people are worried about any of the issues covered.

In your book, write down the rules that Justin suggests.

Write down how you think that these rules would keep you safe.

Megan Meier's parents telling their story. November 16, 2007 interview.

Year 9

For all key stage 3

Digital dirt sticks...

Digital dirt sticks...

Published on Apr 9, 2013

BBC news report yesterday about the resignation of Kent Youth PCC, Paris Brown

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Repairing a hyperspace window

You may have noticed the time shift in the Blue coridor, there is a redshift at certain times of the day; this has caused the bells to malfunction and the PCs are runing slow as the server room is also moving ever so slowly into the 5th dimension. The Lightspeed engineers are working hard to fix the hyperspace window being generated by the tidal effects of big data and the weaknesses in the walls caused by excessive data mining. Cambridge Analytica's data scraping has also contributred to the weakness in the space time continuum. There is no need to be afraid as everything is should be resolved in the near future; nevertheless steps are being taken, mostly from the gold staircase.

Any further information will be included here when and if we get it.

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