We are learning to make smart decisions about what personal information we share online. We have learned that we musn’t share any personal information that would help people to find us in real life; examples of this sort of information are our address, our phone number, and our last name. Personal information that it is ok to share are things like our pets’ names, our first names, and things we like to do.

We learned how to use images and shapes to cover up information in our pictures that might reveal our private information; for example the school logo on our uniforms, the number on our letterbox, and our car’s registration plate.

Here is an example of our work, practising these new skills.


2 thoughts on “Private vs Personal

  1. Kia ora Room 6. We haven’t learnt about this yet. Your post gave lots of good examples. We even talked about bank accounts not being shared. We look forward to seeing your next post of learning about sharing on your blog. From Room 25 at New Windsor

  2. Wow Room 6, that is certainly some information I think we should all be aware of. I will definitely have Room 26 in Waenga read your recommendation for protecting our personal details. From WL, Room 26 at New Windsor.

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