Pupils from Yohden Primary School learned about e-safety and the importance of using technology responsibly during safer internet day on Tuesday.
The pupils had the opportunity to submit their designs to show the importance of keeping safe whilst using the internet. Prizes were awarded to a winning pupil in each year group during the morning assembly, by Durham Police, Crime & Victims Commissioner, Ron Hogg.
Speaking at the assembly Ron said “The high quality of designs demonstrates the children’s commitment to being safe whilst using computers”.
Deputy Head Teacher Ellen Harrison said “The school has made real efforts to make sure pupils are aware of being safe on the internet and this competition demonstrates that”.
Ron attended the school assembly on Safer Internet Day, Tuesday 5th February 2019.
Posted on Thursday 7th February 2019