Connected E-safety Roadshow tours North Bristol!
The E Safety tour “Connected” has been venturing its way around the North of the city, stopping off to visit the likes of Bishop Road Primary, St Werburghs Primary, Glenfrome Primary, May Park, St Barnabas and Ashley Down Primary.
Our amazing E-safety Champions from Fairfield High School have been touring the road-show alongside our actors, Sarah and Henry – and they’ve been doing an incredible job, encouraging the local community to stay E-safe and “Connected”!
We’ve slowed down for a pit stop to read over some of the feedback and some fantastic hand-written letters from the wonderful children at St Barnabas, that has made its way to the Unique Voice office…
“Just to say a massive thank you your team – they were brilliant today and really inspired the kids & parents. It’s been a fantastic day” Dan Jones, Ashley Down Primary
“The day was interactive, engaging and promoted key e-safety messages effectively. I myself saw the end of the performance and I thought it was a great way of demonstrating what the children had learnt (such a lot in one day!) and I liked the interactive aspect with the parents”Emma Thomas, Glenfrome Primary
“Connected was such a big success for May Park. Our teachers reported that it was a quality learning experience”Stuart Albery, May Park Primary.
“Thank you! The whole process, from initial communication to the final presentation has been exceptionally well organised and run! We’re looking at using the E-safety Champions to help us update our E-safety policy to include how they can be used in class to support teachers/peers with E-safety awareness in the long term.” Dan Jones, Ashley Down Primary