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Sciennes Connect with Respect 23.2.18

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'Create, Connect and Share with Respect' is this year's Safer Internet theme and ties with our City of Edinburgh Health and Wellbeing 'Be Resilient' topic - 'Be Kind to Others'. On Friday 23rd February we welcomed P.C. Alan Jenkins, Schools Liaison Officer for James Gillespie's and Boroughmuir High Cluster Schools to give a presentation on safer, respectful use of the Internet as part of our schoolwide Digital Safety month. P.C. Jenkins described the Internet being a place rather than a thing and used a clever analogy, comparing it to a Library, which was perfectly pitched for our P4-7 pupils to understand, in terms of benefits and risks. P.C. Jenkins is soon to begin a secondment to Barra in the Western Isles so introduced us to P.C. Amy Fowler who will take over from him in working with our schools over the next six months.

Nine P6 pupils spoke confidently and articulately about the impact of our recent residential to Benmore Outdoor Education Centre and the entire year group was thanked and praised for an outstanding week of team work, cooperation and kindness to one another.

Special tribute was paid to our very own Outdoor Learning Queen, Business Manager Ms Angela Christie, who is retiring at Easter having given her sterling support on countless residential trips to both Benmore and Lagganlia for countless young people.

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Sciennes Connect with Respect 23.2.18

  1. 1. Connect with RESPECT 23rd February 2018 Safer Internet Assembly
  2. 2. Building Resilience Build Up by Stephen Fischbacher Every word you say (woah oh) Every game you play (woah oh) Every silly face (woah oh) Every single place (woah oh) You can build up 1,2,3,4,5 … or you can tear down Build up one another Build up your sisters and brothers Build up one another Build up
  3. 3. Building Resilience Every joke you tell (woah oh) Every name you spell (woah oh) Everywhere you go (woah oh) Everyone you know (woah oh) You can build up 1,2,3,4,5 … or you can tear down Build up one another Build up your sisters and brothers Build up one another Build up
  4. 4. Building Resilience Can you build up? (We can build up) Can you build up? (Yes we can!) Can you build up? (We can build up) Can you build up? (Yes we can!) Every song you sing (woah oh) Every bell you ring (woah oh) Everything you spend (woah oh) Every special friend (woah oh) You can build up 1,2,3,4,5 … or you can tear down
  5. 5. Building Resilience Build up one another Build up your sisters and brothers Build up one another Build up I tell you now Build up one another Build up your sisters and brothers Build up one another Build up
  6. 6. Skipper has found that these ten tools help him to cope with the river of life
  7. 7. Building Resilience Kindness makes a difference to ourselves and others
  8. 8. Building Resilience Being unkind hurts others and it hurts us too
  9. 9. Building Resilience It is important to be kind to yourself
  10. 10. Create, connect and share respect: A better internet starts with you! Wellbeing and healthy relationships
  11. 11. P.C. Jenkins and P.C. Fowler Schools Liaison Officer JGHS and Boroughmuir Cluster Schools
  12. 12. Keeping Yourself Safe and Cyberbullying PC Alan Jenkins / PC Amy Fowler School Link Officer
  13. 13. THE INTERNET IS A PLACE, NOT A THING… ITS WHAT YOU MAKE IT!
  14. 14. And don’t forget games consoles like X Box and PS4 What things do we use to get on the internet?
  15. 15. Coming soon……
  16. 16. Who knows what’s next???????!!!!
  17. 17. Social media………some popular sites !
  18. 18. How old do I need to be to have……… • Facebook • Ask FM • Instagram • Snapchat • Twitter – 13 years of age to create an account – 13 years old according to Latvian Laws – 13 years of age to create an account – 13 years of age – ‘Snapkidz’ for under 13s – No age restriction
  19. 19. SMART Tips for Online Safety…
  20. 20. Staying safe online….passwords ! • Minimum of 8 letters & numbers – add symbols too & $ % ! • Have capital letters and ‘lower case’ letters – PaSsWorD • Try not to use personal information • Sentence or a line from a song • Different language • Keep it easy to remember
  21. 21. Cyberbulling Next….
  22. 22. What is Cyber Bullying? • “Cyber Bullying" is when a child or young person is tormented, threatened, or embarrassed by another child or young person using the Internet or digital tech or mobile phones.”
  23. 23. Examples of how do people ‘cyberbully’ ? • Sending nasty or threatening texts or emails • Prank calls, texts and instant messages (IM) • Posting abusive messages online • Bad mouthing and spreading rumours in forums • Setting up a hate site/group/page • Posting humiliating videos or pictures online, or sending them to other people • Taking on someone’s identity online in order to upset them
  24. 24. If you are bullied on mobile phones • If you receive nasty text messages you must tell someone. • If you are being bullied on your phone, save the texts and messages and write down the dates and chats that can’t be saved and show them to someone!!! • Don’t delay – things often get worse if you leave them to!
  25. 25. Consequences!  Excluded from school  Excluded from clubs and activities you enjoy  It will affect how people think about you now and in the future  Won’t learn the skills you need to make good relationships Respecting people even if you don’t like them, means leaving them alone!
  26. 26. The law !
  27. 27. What Happens Next?  The Police make enquiries and will look at all the evidence  Seize computer / phone  Interview, caution and charge  Criminal Record
  28. 28. Sending nasty messages….. • The Communications Act 2003 means that it is an offence for any person to send a message that is offensive, indecent, obscene or menacing character; or • A person is also guilty of an offence if, for the purpose of causing annoyance, inconvenience or anxiety, sends a message that they know to be false. 2 x Dundee teenagers locked up for three years each for Facebook riot threats
  29. 29. So remember…… All bullying is hurtful and WRONG, it doesn’t matter how it’s done…
  30. 30. Who can you tell if someone annoys you online….. • Parents or family member • Report abuse button • Teacher • Classroom/Playground assistant • A responsible adult • Police Officer
  31. 31. Don’t be……
  32. 32. Be nice to each other……
  33. 33. Any Questions ?
  34. 34. What are the key ingredients we need to feel happy and good about ourselves online? Sharing things with other to cheer them up or make them laugh Making positive choices online Checking with others before about the things we share Knowing what to do if something goes wrong Taking regular breaks from the internet
  35. 35. How can we make sure we are a good friend online? Be kind and respectful  Support others  Share positivity  Check before you share  Ask for help
  36. 36. Building Resilience Family Activity Try to do an Act of Kindness every day. Offer to help someone, or pay a compliment or make someone smile. Share your Acts of Kindness at Assembly Create a Kindness display for your class. Share the acts of kindness your class has done. Class Activity
  37. 37. Building Resilience We have learned that… Being kind helps our own and others’ health and wellbeing. On the Internet, create, connect and share with RESPECT.
  38. 38. What have you done today that makes YOU feel proud? P6 Superstars at Benmore!
  39. 39. Dream Team and…
  40. 40. …our very own Outdoor Queen
  41. 41. THURSDAY 1st MARCH Theme TEAM Dress up with others
  42. 42. DIGITAL SAFETY MONTH FAIRTRADE FORTNIGHT Mon 26th P6/7 Cross Country Meadows P5C Museum on the Mound Tues 27th P5A Museum on the Mound Wed 28th P4/5 Ukulele Thurs 1st WORLD BOOK DAY P6 JRSOs at City Chambers
  43. 43. This week’s house points Tantallon Lauder Sienna Grange
  44. 44. Building Resilience Build Up by Stephen Fischbacher Every word you say (woah oh) Every game you play (woah oh) Every silly face (woah oh) Every single place (woah oh) You can build up 1,2,3,4,5 … or you can tear down Build up one another Build up your sisters and brothers Build up one another Build up
  45. 45. Building Resilience Every joke you tell (woah oh) Every name you spell (woah oh) Everywhere you go (woah oh) Everyone you know (woah oh) You can build up 1,2,3,4,5 … or you can tear down Build up one another Build up your sisters and brothers Build up one another Build up
  46. 46. Building Resilience Can you build up? (We can build up) Can you build up? (Yes we can!) Can you build up? (We can build up) Can you build up? (Yes we can!) Every song you sing (woah oh) Every bell you ring (woah oh) Everything you spend (woah oh) Every special friend (woah oh) You can build up 1,2,3,4,5 … or you can tear down
  47. 47. Building Resilience Build up one another Build up your sisters and brothers Build up one another Build up I tell you now Build up one another Build up your sisters and brothers Build up one another Build up

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