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Junior Online Safety Officer (JOSO)

Spilsby Primary Academy has an active Online Safety committee, with wide representation from within the school.  

 

After receiving training from the Lincolnshire Safeguarding Children Board (LSCB), newly created Junior Online Safety Officers (JOSO) have been instrumental in shaping new policies and leading ‘missions’ on how to stay safe online.

 

Our JOSOs are:-

Blake Denton, Bradley Mindham  (Y6 Junior Online Safety Officers)

Phoebe Loake & Brooke Riches (Y5 Junior Online Safety Officers)

So proud of these fabulous children who have been involved in the Lincolnshire Safeguarding Children's Bureau (LSCB) JOSOs project. They joined other children from St Michael's in Lincoln at a very large county AGM with the “grownups” in education in Lincolnshire and came across amazing. Real evidence that pupil voice really does work in our schools.

So proud of these fabulous children who have been involved in the Lincolnshire Safeguarding Children's Bureau (LSCB) JOSOs project.  They joined other children from St Michael's in Lincoln at a very large county AGM with the “grownups” in education in Lincolnshire and came across amazing.  Real evidence that pupil voice really does work in our schools.  1

Feedback from he JOSO presentation at the Lincolnshire Safeguarding Children's Bureau AGM.

JOSO Review: Our JOSOs met up with their counterparts from other schools to present to each other the challenges which they have completed over the previous weeks. Another great pupil voice collaboration in which the children shared all of their ideas.

Fake News Video

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Y3 watched the 'fake news' video and highlighted the main signs.

Reception children watching the 'Fake New' video and discussing how to stay safe online. Two main points: always check with a grown and look for the padlock!

Day 2 of our Junior Online Safety Officer training with the Lincolnshire Safeguarding Children Board and Kyra East schools. The children began the day with discussing how safe they feel online and then went on to highlight the risks.

Great feedback from the children from the E-safety workshop. They really enjoyed 'meeting other schools' and finding out what '...other children thought about keeping safe online'

Great feedback from the children from the E-safety workshop.  They really enjoyed 'meeting other schools' and finding out what '...other children thought about keeping safe online' 1

13/9/17: The inaugural KYRA East e-safety workshop saw children from 9 different schools working together on how to stay safe online. It was fabulous to see pupils engaging in such an important issue and being involved in activities such as: 'What can we include on a safe profile?' and how to navigate through the minefield of social media sites' terms and conditions.

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