Being an “upstander”

This week Year 4 Robins have been taking part in Safer Internet Week with alot of learning through lessons and assemblies.

Today Robins discussed their understanding and thought of examples of what a bystander is. Afterwards, they learnt all about being an “upstander” and discussed how to be one.

In groups they looked at some examples of scenarios which could occur using technology such as text conversations and forwarding of photos and emojis. Children learnt how upstanders deal with situations positively.

Mrs Knipe came into class at the end of the session and Sophie Memory explained to her what the class had learnt.

One thought on “Being an “upstander”

  1. I liked leaning about up- standers because if you be an up-stander and you go and tell somebody or if you just try to sort it out your self it would probably be best to be an up -stander.

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