• 问我们任何问题

    我们可以回答任何有关您移居国外的咨询,或只帮助您解答学校教育相关问题

  • 鼓励和热情

    我们的教师都在教学领域符合资格且经验丰富,亦愿意与我们长期合作。

  • 提升学生领导力

    我们为学生提供锻炼领导力的机会

  • 在课堂之外学习

    “你比你想象中的更棒”

  • 我们实现真正的国际化

    我们学校有60个国籍的学生,具有丰富的多元化文化

  • 参观我们的学校

    我们团队将在您方便的时候与您见面,带您参观学校、课堂,介绍我们的团队

  • 了解我们的学校

    时刻了解我们的新闻动态,与我们保持联系

  • 社区联系

    查看我们的日历,通过脸谱网、推特和Instagram与我们联系

Message from the Principal - 10th February

  • safer

Having returned to school following the Chinese New Year break, our students have very quickly settled into school routines. Through every corridor no matter how old or young our students are, you feel a real sense of purpose and zest for learning.

This term is one as educators we relish, a solid block with few disruptions to really focus on academic rigour. Therefore, it’s been a delight to review the mock results of our Year 11 and Year 13 students, which bodes well for another year of outstanding highlights and results.

Parenting brings so many rewards, joys and celebrations, but if I’m honest it’s also one of the scariest responsibilities in this ever-changing world; ensuring we keep our children safe from harm and pass on the best possible advice. In school this week we focused on Safer Internet Day which took place earlier on Tuesday, 7th February. Certainly the world of cyberspace, social media, etc., has changed communication as we know it, yet it opened a whole new world of parenting worries. I thought I’d share the lessons learned from Safer Internet Day with 10 things we should teach children and young people about internet use.

  1. Set privacy settings and guard your information: Address: Phone numbers; School; City or Town; Parent’s workplace; Passwords.
  2. Guard your information: Technology can share information without knowledge; for example, turn off synchronisation on android devices, turn off location services and switch on when required.
  3. Limit time online: log off and play; take time for family and proper fact-to-face time with friends
  4. Friend or foe? Never schedule offline meetings with ‘Online only’ friends; tell parents if anyone tries to meet you offline; not everyone is who they say they are.
  5. Communicate: Talk about it if someone has upset you; stay away from ‘adult only’ sections of the internet; tell your parents about anything that makes you uncomfortable; do not believe everything you see- just because it is on the internet doesn’t mean it is true.
  6. Safety with webcams: Never do random chat (sites like Chatroulette); Only chat with family and friends; Never do anything on the webcam you wouldn’t want on the screen; think before uploading video responses.
  7. Time and place: Carefully consider whether to use geolocation (showing people exactly where you are) on social networks or games. Ask parents’ permission before using it; do not use the internet for personal purposes ay school or any places you visit regularly; check your privacy setting.
  8. Be ‘Scam Smart;: don’t open strange emails; beware of ‘free; download that could hide viruses or spyware.
  9. Don’t be a ‘pirate’ (eg access music, videos or films illegally); don’t use peer to peer file sharing as it leaves you open to viruses, spyware and identity theft
  10. Teamwork: Help your parents to protect you; help each other; communicate; cooperate; know when to log off.

Watch this space as we follow up with an evening seminar and coffee morning continuing on this theme later this term.

相关链接

分享此页面:

Share