Year 4 Have A Message If Something Upsets You Online!

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Mr Hunt’s class discussed things that might upset us or others today. We discussed a range of different situations that we may find ourselves in, both in the physical world and when online. We thought about what we would do if a friend asked us to go and play in fields away from our home, or if a friend asked us to call somebody else a name. Then, we thought about our time online. We discussed what we should do if someone that we didn’t know wanted to join our game on Fortnite, or if we saw an upsetting video on YouTube.

The key message from Year 4 was clear. If something upsets us, we must TELL someone about it! Year 4 knew that we could tell parents, carers, older brothers or sisters, teachers or friends! The children were also reminded about the “Report an Issue” button, found on our homepage.

1 thought on “Year 4 Have A Message If Something Upsets You Online!

  1. Sandford Hill Post author

    That’s lovely to hear. Such an important message, that it’s very much worth repeating once again: “If something upsets us, we must TELL someone about it” That’s what the letter T in the SMART rules is all about:
    Secret
    Meeting
    Accepting
    Reliable (not everything is true on the internet!)
    Tell

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