Learning Evaluation Group

At Manor, LEGs play a vital role in the life of our school. Year 6 children, who are interested in improving all aspects of learning at Manor School, apply for this role in Term 1.

This year our LEGs team were elected as follows:

Arda

Sophie

Crystal

Daisie

Alicia

Joshua

Millie

Tomasz

Kiera

Chloe

Yasemin

Sophia

Michelle

Samuel

Monty

Alex

Once a month on a Friday, LEGs interview children from across the school, recording their views on a range of subjects linked to our School Improvement Plan. This information is fed back to our leadership team, class teachers and other relevant members of staff.

Integral to this process is listening to and collating the children’s views. These are acted on by the relevant member of staff in a variety of ways, depending on the children’s responses. The impact of LEGs on the development of Manor School is shared regularly with pupils in Assembly, PSHE lessons and School Council. Our children know they can make a difference.

LEGs is one of the ways pupils at Manor are encouraged to have a meaningful impact on their learning, as well as their school experience as a whole. Our pupils value this opportunity and understand the importance of pupil voice in the journey of our school, to being the best that it can be.

Example for a Focus on E-safety questions generated by subject leader and LEGS:

Learning Evaluation Group

Term 4 Week 2

E-safety

Year 3

What does e-safety mean? Being safe online

Can you give examples? Playing games, have a firewall, passwords, hide identities with nicknames. Also, telling an adult when in doubt and being careful what you send.

How do we ensure e-safety at school? e.g. passwords, looking after mobile phones and teaching. Only go to appropriate sites, use logins and passwords, handing phones into the office, tell an adult, don’t play inappropriate aged games.

What is meant by an online friend and what are the risks? They could be someone pretending to be your friend.

Why do some social network sites have age restrictions? Inappropriate images, rude comments, bad language, people can easily find out personal information, “danger of kidnap”

Year 4

What does e-safety mean? Respect the internet and stay safe.

Can you give examples? Don’t accept friend requests from strangers, tell parents, don’t meet strangers from the internet, “zip, block or flag horrible messages”, don’t post mean things, no retaliating.

How do we ensure e-safety at school? e.g. passwords, looking after mobile phones and teaching. Blocking inappropriate sites such as YouTube, keeping personal information safe, no one making calls at school on phones.

What is meant by an online friend and what are the risks? You don’t know who they might be, never tell them where you live, might give your computer a virus.

Why do some social network sites have age restrictions? Scary games, inappropriate content (pictures, language), personal information safety.

Year 5

What does e-safety mean? Being safe on the internet.

Can you give examples? Don’t give out your ID, no bullying

How do we ensure e-safety at school? e.g. passwords, looking after mobile phones and teaching. Assemblies, internet rules, filters on internet, posters.

What is meant by an online friend and what are the risks? May not be who you think they are, may trick you to meet up or give out ID.

Why do some social network sites have age restrictions? Inappropriate content, mean comments, swearing.

Year 6

What does e-safety mean? Being safe on the internet.

Can you give examples? Social (mean comments, cyber bullying), viruses, websites (strangers), find out personal information, talking to strangers.

How do we ensure e-safety at school? e.g. passwords, looking after mobile phones and teaching. No phones in class, filters on internet, passwords on computer.

What is meant by an online friend and what are the risks? They could be faking who they are.

Why do some social network sites have age restrictions? Adult content, rude and inappropriate for children.

KS1

What does e-safety mean? To be safe on the internet

What have you been taught about e-safety? If someone asks for your address or other details ask your mum and dad if you should block them.

Why do we have passwords on computers? So no one else can login

What would you do if someone you didn't know tried to talk to you online? Save the message and tell an adult or ignore it.