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E-Warrior Emoji Challenge

Over the last two weeks our E-Warrior team have been preparing in their classes for the emoji challenge ready for Safer Internet Day 2017. The E-Warriors were challenged to ask their class to prepare emoji messages for emoji charades to share with the rest of the school in assembly. They were given their brief and then they had to introduce it to their class teacher and decide what to do. Find out in their comments below what they did within their class and check out our Twitter feed to see some of their work!

26 replies on “E-Warrior Emoji Challenge”

We are very proud of you,E-warrior team! The children in your classes have listened to your advice and our e-safety display shows some creative and important messages!
Well done!

I think our class did very well!! Our class have been leaning about e-safety and when I look at our display it makes me very happy.We went on Trello and everyone posted a sentence about e-safety (what we learnt).We did a assembly and our digital leaders from each class shared what there class did.We did a hola hoop put yellow paper on it and made emojis and stuck them on.We even made messages

Our class have learnt about e-safety on safer internet day we all did fun things to do with e-safety so we went on Trello and learnt how to use it after that we put a message and photos of SID aka safer internet day. When we all made our emojis we got a yellow hoopla hoop and yellow card and put it on the hoolahoop and stuck all of the emojis on the hoola hoop and put a message in the middle it is (year 4 say be safe online)

They were pleased with what we said.This was a great example to show the rest of the school.This has taught them different skills on technology.You should never share personal information on the internet.They listened what we said and did it correctly.

When we told the class they were quite happy that they had a task to do. We did it the next day in the morning. I think they did really good and seeing their work on display makes me happy. Year 4 now know what emoji messages are. People know they need to stay safe by only going on websites that come from a trusted person.

On safer internet day my class had to create messages ready so it can tell
People all about how to stay safe online.The three digital leaders in my class had to get up and go to the front of the hall to explain what are class have done for safer internet day.I think my class enjoyed like me as well.This was a tricky task.

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