Sharing knowledge and teaching young people the skills to stay safe online
Our internet safety week started on Monday evening with a talk delivered by PoliceCommunity Support Officer, Josh Read of Thames Valley Police (TVP). The seminar delivered information and statistics around the less positive side of the internet; it covered what to be aware of and the tools/tactics parents can use to ensure their children stay safe online. The three main principles from TVP are: EducateEmpowerEngage Simple yet effective principles, which we have applied throughout this post.
The worldwide web is an amazing place that is full of positive experiences with information readily at our fingers - you can find anything you want, and quite often don't want! Harmless words can bring up results that are not harmless or age appropriate, that's why taking a few simple steps can help limit the risk to your child.
Tips for staying safe - Parents Be aware of the dangers that exist and what sites your childr…
Tuesday 19th September 2017 Roving reporter, William Rogers, Year 6 reports.This evening saw the first Year 9 to 11 home football fixture against The Milton Keynes Academy (MKA).
Although the final score was 11-3 to MKA, the Webber boys played extremely well against a very tall team! We created great chances but their keeper was too strong. However, the three goals that were scored by Tom Loh (2) and Kavin Muhunthan were amazing, especially Tom's goal from the half way line that went in to the top right hand corner. We have a Messi in the school! Watch out!
Kory, Ty, Aaron and Jamie showed great anticipation with their amazing through balls and tackles and not to forget our goal keeper Lionel Fraser who made some astounding saves, as well as letting in 11!
After the match Mr Small was interviewed and he said:
"The commitment and ability to play on was absolutely outstanding. They never gave up, that's what The Webber is all about."
Review from Mr Stephen Johnson, Wednesday 24th May 2017 Today, we ventured out in the glorious sunshine with students from Years 5 & 6 to The British Film Institute in London. The educational study day consisted of several French-language film screenings, with shorts in the morning and a full-length animated movie in the afternoon. Everyone had a great time both watching the films and following up with relevant activities. Students gained a wealth of cultural and linguistic knowledge from the experience. We even had two of our students up on the stage performing some role-plays for the entire audience. The event was a big success, and certainly helped to increase the students' cultural awareness of the Francophone world through the medium of cinema.