Safe from Cyberbullying

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As Year 6 told us in assembly last Friday, we don’t just #StandUpToBullying during anti-bullying week.

This week we talked about cyberbullying in assembly. That means intentionally and repeatedly trying to hurt someone using digital devices and online sites and apps.

Visit lawfordmead.essex.sch.uk/links/esafety for help with keeping safe online and remember the rules we discussed…

STOP – Log off when bullying is happening.

BLOCK -Block and report the sender.  Do not respond.

RECORD – Save the message or take a screenshot to show an adult.

TALK – Tell an adult you trust.

And don’t forget the definition of bullying we discussed last week…

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3 comments on “Safe from Cyberbullying

  • Haniya says:

    Here is a poem i just made:
    C is for Caring for others on the web
    Y is for you need to report the bullies
    B is for Bad strangers who can ruin your life
    E is for Encounter, the bullies can encounter your emails and hack into your messages
    R is for Rebellion, we can have a rebellion against the bullies!

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