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“We found out early on that we had a great audience that were not shy about asking questions or giving their opinions! This made for an engaging, enjoyable and entertaining day.”
“I was amazed how much the students knew and all seemed so interested in the topics. The effort some of the groups put into their projects was incredible, clearly some of our messages sunk in!”
Thanks must go out to all of those involved in delivering the day, including teaching staff, TA’s, and the volunteers from Intel and Bletchley Park. The volunteers’ insight into security and safety had a large impact on all pupils and staff.
Most importantly, thanks to the pupils for being such good ambassadors for the school and for taking such an active interest in online safety.
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