E-Safety KS2

Please access the resources below.

BBC Newsround - Staying Safe Online

Advice and Tips about staying safe online.

Safe Kids

Online Safety Quiz.

Childnet International - Digizen Game

Are you a responsible digital citizen?  You have the opportunity to experience a day at school with Joe (the main character), and it allows you to make decisions about how to help him as he experiences cyberbullying. You are challenged to be a responsible digital citizen and find out more about keeping safe online.

 

Newsround - The Momo Challenge

The Momo Challenge - Why it isn't real and you don't need to worry

Think You Know - Age 8-10

If you're between 8 and 10, you probably know a lote about using the internet.  This area of the website is created for you to show you what we think is goos, look at what's not and show oyou ways you can get yourself out of bad situations.

Safety Net Kids

Hi! We are the Safety Net Kids! We call ourselves that because we have all been involved with Safety Net at looking at things that make us feel unsafe and working on them ourselves. To be safe means to be comfy and not scared. 

 

Internet Matter App - Age 8-10

‘Internet Matters’ is an app designed to help parents talk about e-safety issues with their children, and to ensure that they make smart choices to stay safe online.

Aimed at children aged between 8-10.

Split-screen collaborative app helps them think about what they would do if they were faced with different situations online; from cyberbullying to sharing content with someone they don’t know.

Quizzes and games encourage parents and children to collaborate and talk about 9 different e-safety subjects.

Social Media Guides

Find out more about the safety features available on popular social networks. 

Top 10 Tips for Staying Safe Online

1)      Don’t post any personal information online – like your address, email address or mobile number.

2)      Think carefully before posting pictures or videos of yourself.  Once you’ve put  a picture of yourself online most people can see it and may be able to download it, it’s not just yours anymore.

3)      Keep your privacy settings as high as possible

4)      Never give out your passwords

5)      Don’t befriend people you don’t know

6)      Don’t meet up with people you’ve met online.  Speak to your parent or carer about people suggesting you do

7)      Remember that not everyone online is who they say they are

8)      Think carefully about what you say before you post something online

9)      Respect other people’s views, even if you don’t agree with someone else’s views doesn’t mean you need to be rude

10)   If you see something online that makes you feel uncomfortable, unsafe or worried: leave the website, turn off your computer if you want to and tell a trusted adult immediately.

Top 10 Tips for Mobile Phone Safety

1)      Remember if you are being bullied it isn’t your fault and there is nothing so awful that you can’t speak to someone about it.  Talk to a trusted adult at home or at school.

2)      Don’t reply to any nasty messages you receive.

3)      Don’t reply to a text from someone you don’t know.

4)      Keep the messages you have been sent so you can show them to a trusted adult and make a note of the time and date of the messages or calls you receive.

5)      Don’t answer calls from withheld numbers or numbers you don’t recognise, let it go to voicemail.

6)      Block numbers from people who are sending you nasty messages.

7)      If you are bullied repeatedly can change your number.

8)      Don’t give your mobile number to someone you don’t know.

9)      Don’t send pictures to someone you don’t know.

10)   If the problem is serious you can report it to the police, cyber mentors, or childline.

http://www.thinkuknow.co.uk 

10 Top Tips if You're Being Bullied Online

1)      Tell an adult you trust if you are being cyberbullied

2)      Don’t respond or retaliate to bullying messages  – it could make things worse

3)      Block users who send you nasty messages

4)      Save abusive emails or messages (or texts) you receive

5)      Make a note of dates and times you receive bullying messages, as well as details you have of the user’s ID and the url.

6)      Don’t pass on any cyberbullying videos or messages – this is cyberbullying

7)      If you are bullied repeatedly change your user ID, or profile,  and use a name that doesn’t give any information away about you

8)      Visit bullying.co.uk – this is a website where trained counsellors can support you if you are being bullied, either by chatting online or by calling their free helpline. You can also find some top tips on how to stay safe – http://www.bullying.co.uk/

9)      You can talk to someone at Child Line or get online safety advice at  http://www.childline.org.uk/talk/Pages/Talk.aspx

10)   http://www.thinkuknow.co.uk/ is another very useful website for children and young people staying safe online