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Easton Primary School

E - Safety Advocates

Meet the E-Safety Advocates


"Never give away things about you!"   "When you want to play a video game, never talk or play with people you do not know."
"SMART E-Safety is the most important thing to remember when you are online."  "If you play 'online' try to stick to single player."                                                              "Ask your parents to answer a call that says 'unknown.'"


E-Safety Advocates ask "What would you do?"

Here is a video of a scenario the E-Safety Advocates at Easton have put together which looks at what might happen while in a group chat with friends. The E-Safety Advocates used this as a stimulus to discuss correct online conduct in our KS2 Class. Their opening question was "What would you do?"