We are proud to have recently regained the 360 Degree E-Safety Mark for keeping pupils safe online. This shows our ongoing commitment to ensuring that pupils at Miriam Lord are e-safe and understand how to keep themselves safe when using the internet and going online. A copy of the certificate and feedback report can be viewed below.
On this page you find lots of information about ensuring your children are e-safe and how to keep safe online. Throughout the year, the ICT and E-Learning Leader will provide regular updates and host meetings to share information.
To view our school policy please click the link below:
Our team of Digital Leaders are a group Year 6 pupils who have an interest in all things Computing! They applied for the role of Digital Leader by completing an application form and having an interview with Mrs Butt. The Digital Leaders are all trained by Mr Akhtar, The main aim of our Digital Leaders is to inspire young people to encourage others to use technology in a positive way in the school or local community.
The Digital Leaders have been learning the skills necessary for operating the radio station and understanding the essence of being a digital leader.
Digital Leaders take the airwaves by storm, offering invaluable tips on staying safe online, right here on the radio station.
Mrs. Butt led an informative school assembly on Digital Citizenship, enriched with valuable information and capped off with an engaging quiz, Appreciation to the Digital Leaders for their assistance
Over the past few weeks, the digital leaders have been studying about online safety. They've utilized the greenscreen to produce a video highlighting Smart Rules.
We hosted an e-safety parents meeting at school, and we are delighted with the impressive turnout of parents who actively participated. During the meeting, we discussed crucial aspects of e-safety, providing valuable insights into the digital landscape and strategies for safeguarding our children. Overall, the event was a success, fostering a collaborative effort between the school and parents to create a safer and more responsible online environment for our students.
During the initial E-safety meeting of the school year, we discussed the items on our agenda. We appreciate everyone's attendance.
Today, students from Year 5/6 presented the Safer Internet Day assembly with dedication and effort. Their informative presentation showcased the considerable effort they put into it.
This year, in celebration of Safer Internet Day, students at Miriam Lord Primary School have been crafting e-safety poems. It's been a delightful day, with children dressing up as their online avatars.