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Year 3, 4 & 5

Year 3, 4 & 5

1. Parents & Pupils

Have a conversation

Start to discuss how we can all use the internet safely, respectfully, responsibly, and positively when gaming and spending time online. Your adult could use the questions below:

  1. What do you like most about the internet and why?
  2. How do you have fun using the internet and technology?
  3. What is your favourite game, app or website?
  4. How does going online make you feel?
  5. How does the internet and technology make your life better?
  6. Do you most enjoy going online alone, or with other people?

 

2. Parents & Pupils

Write a family agreement (or review your family agreement if you have made one already).

You’ll find everything you need at this link: Family agreement | Childnet

 

3. Pupils

Make a poster to show what the phrase SMART means.

Remember, your poster must be easy to read, with clear pictures and wording.

If you need a reminder, try these easy-to-follow videos on key online safety messages for parents and carers to watch together with children:

SMART Video Lessons | Childnet

 

4. Parents & Pupils

Play a video game together!

This might seem like a strange activity, but so much can be gained from parents sitting with their children, playing the same games. Things to think about while playing:

  1. What is the PEGI rating for the game (is it a suitable age)?
  2. What are the main messages that your son/daughter is getting from this game?
  3. Does the game involve interaction with other people online?
  4. If so, what safety measures are in place to ensure that young people are protected?
  5. How much time does your son/daughter spend (on average) playing this game?

 

5. Parents

Talk about ‘Screen Time’

This resource will help you to decide whether your son/daughter is spending too much time online.

Link: Screen-TIme-and-Healthy-Balance-Quick-Activities.pdf

 

6. Parents & Pupils

Watch this video about online safety

CBBC Lifebabble - Staying Safe Online - YouTube

 

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