Seminar on the importance of internet safety
Pupils from Wells Blue School hosted a seminar on internet safety for teenagers.
The e-Safety conference, organised and run by a small group of students from the Blue, aimed to enable students to share what they learned during the day with their respective schools.
It is hoped that the schools involved will stay in contact with each other and continue the good work they started.
Steve Jackson, headteacher of the Blue said: "I was very pleased to have the opportunity to host the Safer Internet Day workshop at the Blue School.
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"ICT is an integral part of the lives of our students and it is important for them to understand not just their rights, but the responsibilities new technology brings.
"I am proud of the efforts of our students in organising this informative and important day – I trust that the outcomes reached by the schools taking part will have lasting repercussions throughout Somerset."
Blue School students Hattie Pinches, Jack Hadrill, James Pyne, Angus Morrice, Beth Pearce and Becky Ransome, supported by Will Flood – a former student are now strengthening links with the schools who attended via a new website and blog with the overall aim of increasing awareness of e-Safety in the county.