Droitwich pupils design website as part of stay safe campaign - The Droitwich Standard

Droitwich pupils design website as part of stay safe campaign

Droitwich Editorial 19th Feb, 2015 Updated: 17th Oct, 2016   0

YOUNG people from a Droitwich school have been designing their own websites to help develop their computer skills and keep themselves safe online.

Students from Westacre Middle School took part in the project which was led by local e-safety and computing consultant Brett Laniosh from Catshill Learning Partnership.

The workshop at Westacre was one of a number of events held to promote Safer Internet Day.

Mr Laniosh told The Standard: “It is a win, win for everyone – pupils love creating online and they learn important online safety, programming and literacy skills in the process.




“Teachers have full control of what is published and can use this to promote online safety messages.

“Finally, parents love being able to view their children’s work online. “


For more on how to stay safe online, visit www.westacre-middle-school.co.uk and www.catshill.com

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