A huge well done to DEC students that have been completing Bedrock sessions from home.
The dedication that you have shown, and the progress that you have made, is great to see!
Keep up the hard work 🙂
Pupils will have access to the following literacy and reading resources for World Book Day 2021:
Click on the following link to watch free bespoke videos by some of Britain’s best authors and artists; we highly recommend listening to Michael Rosen and Benjamin Zephaniah discuss rhythm, rhyme, and poems – https://bournvillebookfest.com/schools
On Tuesday, 9 February 2021, we will celebrate the 18th edition of Safer Internet Day with actions taking place right across the globe. With a theme once again of “Together for a better internet”, the day calls upon all stakeholders to join together to make the internet a safer and better place for all, and especially for children and young people.
Read on to find out more about practical ways in which you can get involved in the celebrations. Whether you are a young person, a parent or carer, a teacher or an educator, a policy maker, or whether you represent an organisation or industry, everyone has a role to play in creating and maintaining a better online world.
And, noting the global reach of the Safer Internet Day campaign, on this site you’ll also be able to discover more about the planned actions of European Safer Internet Centres, global Safer Internet Day Committees and a range of organisational and industry supporters – we’re progressively updating profiles for the 2021 campaign, so please check back often for the latest updates.
Dame Elizabeth Cadbury School has achieved the BIG Award for Excellence in Challenging Bullying for the second time. This award is achieved by meeting all of our stringent criteria and demonstrating that the school has a wide range of anti-bullying strategies in place, including an excellent anti-bullying policy, a peer support scheme and staff training.
This is the best way to reduce bullying, and ensure that students can learn and socialise in a happy and caring environment.
Well done to all staff and students.
Val McFarlane, Director, Bullying Intervention Group (BIG Award).
ONLINE SAFETY UPDATE – TikTok Update Parental Controls with Family Pairing Feature
TikTok is used by many teenagers and sometimes children younger than that 13 despite its terms and conditions. Using the new Family Pairing feature can allow parents to guide their child’s TikTok experience in a safer way. Features include:
To find out more information about TikTok’s Family Pairing feature and to download a helpful poster to share with pupils and parents, go to: https://swgfl.org.uk/magazine/tiktok-update-parental-controls-with-family-pairing-feature/
Dame Elizabeth pupils have been taking part in anti-bullying week, wearing blue to show support to the cause. Lots of pupils have also taken part in our United against bullying “what part will you play” competition, below you will see some of their fantastic entries. Well done everyone!
Online Security Black Friday Sales!
This is a reminder that the ‘Black Friday’ periods sees the highest number of emails flying across the online world than at any other time of year. The means that not only are there millions of legitimate emails, but online scammers also send out lots too.
We are all vulnerable, but children, perhaps teenagers especially might be ‘secretly’ buying presents online for the first time. Reminders about safe buying online would be very timely.
The National Cybersecurity Centre has a Suspicious Email Reporting Service (SERS) where you can send emails you are concerned about. The message might be from a company you don’t normally receive communications from, or someone you do not know. You may just have a hunch. If you are suspicious, you should report it. Your report of a phishing email will help us to act quickly, protecting many more people from being affected.
Just forward the email to: email@example.com
You can find more advice about online security here:
Our Year 9 pupils have produced some fantastic work on World War One in the last two weeks. In particular, a huge well done to J.Gibbs, E.Phillips, S.Sayles and M.Stowe in 9A. And thank you to K.Hart for bringing in a gas mask to share with his class who have been studying the weapons used as part of warfare in WW1.
To celebrate The Duke’s inspiring impact on generations of young people, we’re asking anyone who’s been in the @DofE to help build a powerful collection of your DofE stories, and inspire the next generation of young people to begin their journey.
We want to say a HUGE well done to every Bedrock student who achieved 120 points last half term - fantastic work! 🌟🌟🌟 Now we're going to celebrate the lucky winners of our Bedrock Stars prize draw. If you didn't win this time, keep at it as we have more prizes to be won.
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