At St Wilfrid's we take the safety of our young people, extremely seriously. We have devoted a week of assemblies, workshops and lessons to promote the message how to stay safe when online.
PC Bishop visited the school on the 11th November 2017, to lead a special workshop assembly for the whole school. She left us with the message, that it is unsafe to give our names and addresses or send photos to people that we have never met and always speak to an adult if we are unsure. In the afternoon she led a workshop for year 5 and 6. During this the children learnt that age restrictions are on games and social media for a reason and that if these are not obeyed our parents could get into trouble on our behalf.
Drusilla's Trip for Pagham Class on Friday 13th May
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