Pupils Take Part In Digital Wellbeing Day
On Friday 17 November, Princethorpe College welcomed Patrick Flynn and Mark Lloyd from Online Behaviours into school to work with pupils from Year 7 up to the Sixth Form as part of the Foundation’s Digital Wellbeing Day.
Patrick and Mark explained what makes a good digital citizen and explored steps and strategies for a positive, safe and empowering experience online. Their presentations reminded pupils of what constitutes risky behaviour and the difference between risk and harm and discussed the actions we can all take to engage online in a positive way. They reflected on the importance of guarding your digital reputation and on how that begins right now and highlighted six key behaviours to support showing respect.
Their presentations were informative and interactive and gave pupils plenty to think about. Many thanks to Patrick and Mark for supporting our Digital Wellbeing Day.