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Activities and information for parents and pupils.

Today, we will celebrate the 19th ‘Safer Internet Day’ across the school. This day is recognised across the world and the theme this year is ‘An internet we trust: exploring reliability in the online world’. So let’s join together to help make the internet a safer and better place for all.

What can you do today?

Children and Parents Together

Watch this short introductory video about Safer Internet Day.

Have a family discussion about internet use in our home.

Discuss with your family:

How do we currently use the internet?

Do we currently have a family agreement around safe internet use?

Are the APPs, games and websites we use always appropriate and used safely?

Do we trust everything we read on the internet?

Watch this film (suitable for all year groups) to remind you about the important SMART rules, when working online.

Complete an online quiz after watching the above video. See how well you do.

Watch this short video (produced by children) to explain what ‘trust’ means when online.

Prepare a Family Internet Agreement.

Example 1 Family agreement: https://www.childnet.com/ufiles/Family-Agreement.pdf

Example 2 Family agreement: https://www.childnet.com/ufiles/Online-safety-agreement.pdf

 

Children

Poster Competition

Make a poster to help somebody get a better understanding of Internet Safety. Look at the theme for your year group and send a photo of your completed poster to your year group’s email. We will put the best examples on the school website.

Click here if you don’t know how to attach a picture to an email.

Year R

 

email posters to:

 

yrteachers@hodgehill.createpartnership.org.uk

Who to tell

What should you do if you see or hear something on the Internet that worries you?

Year 1

 

email posters to:

 

y1teachers@hodgehill.createpartnership.org.uk

Who to tell

What should you do if you see or hear something on the Internet that worries you?

Year 2

 

email posters to:

 

y2teachers@hodgehill.createpartnership.org.uk

Keep it personal

What do we mean by personal information?

What things shouldn’t be shared with people on the Internet?

Year 3

 

email posters to:

 

y3teachers@hodgehill.createpartnership.org.uk

Think before you click

What rules should you follow before clicking a link or opening a file online?

What are the dangers?

Year 4

 

email posters to:

 

y4teachers@hodgehill.createpartnership.org.uk

To meet or not to meet?

What are the dangers of meeting people you talk to on the Internet?

Can it ever be safe?

What rules should you follow if somebody asks to meet you?

Year 5

 

email posters to:

 

y5teachers@hodgehill.createpartnership.org.uk

Is it reliable?

How do you know who or what to trust on the Internet?

What rules can you follow to help.

Year 6

 

email posters to:

 

y6teachers@hodgehill.createpartnership.org.uk

Is it reliable?

How do you know who or what to trust on the Internet?

What rules can you follow to help.

 

Read a story about online safety

Parents

Watch this school presentation about working safely online.

Watch this online video about teaching children to recognise unreliable information.

Really Useful Links

‘Think you know’ is a fantastic website with information for parents (of children of all ages) about Internet safety.

https://www.thinkuknow.co.uk/

Are you worried about online sexual abuse or the way someone has been communicating with you (or somebody you know) online? The CEOP site has lots of information about the help available along with a route to directly contacting a Child Protection Advisor.

https://www.ceop.police.uk/safety-centre/

Childline has been around for over 30 years, providing support and advice to young people who are experience anxiety and worry. Contact is either through the website or by phoning 0800 1111

https://www.childline.org.uk/

UK Safer Internet Centre promotes the safe and responsible use of technology for young people. It links to other organisations and provides advice and information.

https://www.saferinternet.org.uk/advice-centre/parents-and-carers

Presentation for parents and carers (please watch).

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