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Henry Beaufort Students deliver important message on online safety to Weeke Primary School Students

On Friday 23rd February, six Henry Beaufort students, Tilly, Archie, Matthew, Joseph, Maisie and Oliver visited Weeke Primary School in Winchester to deliver information on how to stay safe online. The students spoke in front of four different classes, delivering clear and informative explanations not only on how to stay safe online but also demonstrating their expertise in the subject. They also spoke on their own personal experiences about keeping safe online. They held small group discussions with five to six students, answering a variety of questions on e-safety and internet usage.

Mr Farrell, Assistant Head of Year 9 and Curriculum Leader of Computer Science said, “The students were fantastic, delivering this very Important message at Weeke Primary School. Their ability to communicate effectively and educate younger students on such an important topic was admirable.”

All students involved will be receiving a Headteacher Award in recognition of their maturity in working with younger students on such a sensitive and important subject.

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Henry Beaufort pupils earn recognition for internet safety guidance | Hampshire Chronicle