Be Internet Legends on tour: making Key Stage 2 pupils legendary!
As the Be Internet Legends assembly travels the UK, from Cornwall to Scotland, we look at some of the legendary primary schools we have visited so far – and some of the special guests who have joined us to find out how to be Sharp, Alert, Secure, Kind and Brave.
Margot James, Minister of State for Culture & Digital, at The Ridge Primary School, Stourbridge on 18 May 2018.
Red Hall Primary School, 18 May 2018
‘It was heartening to see how engaged the students were with the lively assembly. The issues raised, such as phishing, password creation and protection, and the identification of trustworthy websites are all vital for children.’
Jenny Chapman, MP for Darlington
Hampstead Parochial, 17 May 2018
‘Technology is having a greater impact than ever before on our younger generations, and I am always happy to support campaigns that highlight the importance of safety when making use of the internet.’
Tulip Siddiq, MP for Hampstead & Kilburn
Edward Bryant Primary, Bognor Regis, 11 May 2018
‘I was delighted to attend a Be Internet Legends assembly and see local children learn the skills they need to explore the opportunities of the internet more safely. It is so important that we equip children in Edward Bryant Primary School with digital skills and I am pleased that Google and Parent Zone are leading the way on this important issue.’
Nick Gibb, Schools Minister and MP for Bognor Regis & Littlehampton
Healing Primary School, Grimsby, 2 May 2018
Healing Primary School pupils meet Be Internet Legends assembly star Colin the Cat!
Penpol Primary pupil Thomas is a confirmed Internet Legend, as proven by his fantastic artwork!
Penpol School Class 12 made this brilliant video!
Orion School, Edgware, 18 April 2018
‘The language was spot on, as were the topics covered. We've had very positive feedback from both the children and the adults who saw the assembly.’
Tom Remnant, Year 4 teacher
Headfield Primary, Dewsbury, 17 April 2018
‘What our pupils really loved were all the flags and props on the way in, it just looks different to a normal assembly. So, the kids were excited about what was to come. The concept was really good, and it made me think, “I don’t have a lock on my phone” so I went back and changed it!’
Rebecca Miller, Deputy Head teacher
St Luke's Primary were full of smiley emojis with Parent Zone trainers Jenny and Dan.
Parent Zone trainers Jez and Gemma at Adelaide Primary, Hull.
Woodlands Primary are definitely Sharp, Alert, Secure, Kind and Brave!
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