O2 and the NSPCC have joined forces on a mission to help all children and their families in the UK stay safe online. They recently launched a website https://www.net-aware.org.uk/ which gives detailed advice and reviews of the different online social networks which young people use. It covers over 50 different apps including popular apps like Facebook, Instagram and Snapchat to lesser known apps such as Kik, Roblox and Musical.ly. It reviews the levels of risk associated with each app and also includes the views of different young people about each app and how safe they feel using it.
Play Scotland have a lot of activities for parents and families including a Snow & Ice play section. ☃️ http://www.playscotland.org/parents-families/im-bored/snow-play/
Bedtime Math is striving to help families introduce maths as a fun part of their daily routine, as common and beloved as the bedtime story. They make it easy to roll maths into the day, whether at bedtime, bathtime, or snacktime.
You can check out the site by clicking the link below:
There is also a free app that can be downloaded onto Smartphones and tablets.
P1-7 have been entered to take part in Sumdog’s West Lothian Maths Contest. This runs from 10-16th November and can be played at both home and at school using the Sumdog website or app. All pupils should have their Sumdog log in their homework diary/ book.
The children have to answer 1000 questions and their score is based on accuracy, not speed or winning games. There are also prizes to be won and certificates will be given out at assembly for those children in the top 50 from across West Lothian.
Good luck everyone!
Please find below the QR Codes and website links to P1’s Learning Sways in Literacy and Language, Maths and Numeracy and IDL.
These will be updated regularly throughout the year/term.
The next edition of Digital Parenting is now available to read, print and download. Digital Parenting contains really useful information and advice for parents and carers to help keep their children and young people stay safe online.