The children are learning about the parts of a network and how they connect to each other to form the internet. They can explain how the internet lets us view the World Wide Web and recognise that the World Wide Web is part of the internet which contains websites and web pages.
The children explored what can be shared on the World Wide Web and where websites are stored. They also considered how the World Wide Web can be accessed on a variety of devices.
The children discussed that websites and their content are created by people. They investigated what they can and cannot do with the content on them and who owns it.
Although many of the children had seen a copyright symbol before, they were surprised to learn what it meant.