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Colsterworth pupils promote how to stay safe online

Safety-concious pupils at Colsterworth Primary School have been taking part in a series of ‘e-safety’ workshops to promote safety online.

Children attended workshops that were based around traditional tales. They had to enter the ‘Three Little Pigs’ game by putting in a safe and secure password. Once in the game, the big bad wolf was trying to get the first little pig’s address, the name of the second little pig’s school and the third little pig’s phone number.

A spokesperson said: “We all knew that we should keep our personal information private and the wolf did not trick us. We learnt a chant, ‘stop, get off, tell’. We then learnt how important it was to not talk to strangers when Little Red Riding Hood thought she was talking to her granny but she was actually talking to the wolf.”

Children at Colsterworth Primary took part in an E-Safety workshop. (14020976)
Children at Colsterworth Primary took part in an E-Safety workshop. (14020976)

An e-safety co-ordinator added: “The workshop covered all aspects of e-safety. It was taught in such a fun way that the children didn’t even know they were learning.”


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