Interactive Bar

Google Services





Log In

Chilthorne Domer Church School

Together we Love, we Aim High and we Celebrate!

Safer Internet Day 2024

Safer Internet Day 2024

Inspiring Change? Making a difference, managing influence, and managing change online.

Safer Internet Day 2024 took place on Tuesday 6th February celebrating the day with the theme ‘Inspiring Change? Making a difference, managing influence, and navigating change online. 


Safer Internet Day is the UK's biggest celebration of online safety.  Each year, it focuses on an online issue or theme that speaks to the things young people are seeing and experiencing online.  This year the theme covered:


- Young people's perspective on new and emerging technology.

- Using the internet to make change for the better.

- The changes young people want to see online.

- The things that can influence and change the way young people think, feel and act online and offline. 


Our Digital Leaders have made us very proud recently by learning their assembly scripts and then delivering two wonderful assemblies this week. KS2 celebrated yesterday with the Digital Leaders and EYFS along with KS1 celebrated today.

Throughout the week, the children will be creating their own signposts about how to make positive changes online and we can not wait to see them.


Message from Flossie our Digital Leader:

During the week of the 5th of February, we celebrated Safer Internet Day by having assemblies for EYFS/KS1 and KS2.  We looked at how to stay safe online and what to do when something happens.  In the assemblies, the children found it funny how old computers looked! For the challenge we asked the children to design sign posts about how to make positive changes online for the future .

Our Safer Internet Day Pledges - This Safer Internet Day I Will...

This week all of the children across the school had the challenge to complete the Safer Internet Day signpost posters.  Each child carefully thought about how they use the internet and how they could make positive changes in the future.


Some of the children thought about:

Being yourself.  Don't try to be someone you are not!

Keeping your personal information private.

Remembering to be kind when messaging.

Knowing who you can talk to if something happens e.g. Mum please help me.

Remembering not to click on advertisements.

Understanding you can report or block people.

Knowing that you can turn off your device.

Here is a message from one of our Digital Leaders, Flossie:


Dear parents and carers, 


On Tuesday 6th February it is Safer Internet Day where we will teach the children how to stay safe on the interne.  This year's focus will be “Inspiring change? Making a difference, managing influence and navigating change online “ .





Safer Internet Day 2024 Campaign Film

Still image for this video