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The cyberwellness programme aims to promote the positive well-being of our pupils as internet users. The objectives of the learning resources are to enable pupils 
  • understand the dangers of harmful online behaviours
  • know how to protect themselves from such dangers
The forum and quiz aim to clarify pupils' understanding of the cyberwellness learning materials.

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Cyber Wellness Slides

Below is the powerpoint slides with regards to cyber wellness.
for Students.pptx

Cyber Wellness FRAMEWORK 2017

The CW framework is used to develop students’ instinct to protect and empower themselves to take responsibility for their own well-being in cyberspace. The three principles, ‘Respect for Self and Others’, ‘Safe and Responsible Use’ and ‘Positive Peer Influence’ when adhered to will anchor students’ well-being in cyberspace as they will then be able to make careful and well-considered decisions.

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1. Respect for Self and Others
Students need to: 
    • uphold their own dignity when online (e.g. share appropriate content and participate in only legal online activities)
    • respect other people online (e.g. put themselves in others’ shoes, accept diverse views and opinions, give credit when using other people’s work and seek permission where necessary, avoid sharing hurtful materials)
2. Safe and Responsible Use
Students need to:
    • have an understanding of the risks of harmful and illegal online behaviours, and take steps to protect themselves (e.g. keep their personal information private, verify the reliability of information using various sources, take steps to avoid dangers they may encounter online)
    • make wise and healthy choices (e.g. maintain a healthy balance of their online and offline activities)
3. Positive Peer Influence
Students need to:
    • Students need to: be a positive role model online (e.g. share healthy and positive content, harness the affordances of technology to do good for society)
    • advocate positive online behaviour (e.g. stand up for their peers online, report cases of cyber bullying to a trusted adult/authority, post encouraging remarks on social media)

School Cyberwellness Policy

Use of the Internet

Pupils using the school's computing facilities will be expected to comply with the following rules. I will...
  1. Use the internet when I am being supervised by a teacher, IT trainer or parent volunteer.
  2. Not email or display offensive message or pictures.
  3. Not send emails using inappropriate, offensive or obscene languages.
  4. Not send emails which annoy, insult or attack other people.
  5. Not do anything that might cause damage to computers or data stored on computers.
  6. Respect the copyrights of other people’s work and will not copy or download anything that belongs to someone else without permission.
  7. Respect other people’s work and not use people’s passwords or interfere with their work or files.
  8. Not deliberately waste limited resources.

Failure to abide by the rules may result in a temporary or permanent ban on the pupil’s use of the facilities. 

Cyberwellness Posters

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