Sheffield sixth formers teach safe surfing

A scheme in which high school pupils visit primary schools to work with young pupils and deliver safety training has proved a success in and around Sheffield.

Tuesday, 26th July 2016, 9:23 am
Updated Tuesday, 26th July 2016, 11:04 am
Wales High School student e-mentors Harthill Primary children

E-mentors from the sixth form at Wales High School visited some of their local primary schools to deliver e-safety lessons to year four, five and six pupils.

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Georgina Anderson, Josh Gregory and Neal Russell were welcomed to Harthill Primary School, and Maddie Stott, Lucy West and Ryan Fox visited Todwick Primary School.

E-mentors also supported parents’ evenings to help to raise awareness of the importance of staying safe whilst using technology. The e-mentors are recognised by their purple badges.