With online communication exponentially increasing, so too have the dangers of communicating online. Keeping oneself safe online has become a priority, with the golden rule to never give out any personal information.

As a part of the Grade 11 CAT assessment this term, the students were asked to investigate ‘online safety’. On Wednesday they presented their findings in the form of original and content rich presentations.

Some of the arguments the students came up with were:

Paige: “If you have never seen them or spoken to them in real life, then don’t accept.”

Quinn: “Think twice before you post.”

Nazario: “Use different passwords for different social media accounts.”

Shagon: “Social networking sites bring people with common interests together.“

Here are some snaps capturing their moment of fame:

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