Internet Safety

Whether you use the internet for fun or for learning, it is important that you make sure you use it safely.  The following websites have been designed to make you aware of the possible hazards when using the internet and other technologies.

For details of Internet Safety Day 2017 click here.safer-internet-day

As part of Internet Safety Day the children made their own posters to show what they had learnt.  A selection of posters are below:

Riley Taylor Year 1             Jakey George Year 1             Bret Thomas Year 1

Imani McIntosh Year 2        Joy Stock Year 2

Tobias Pavlovic Year 4       Sienna Brown Year 4             Anon Year 4

Eden, Joshua, Leo, Matthew and Alisha Year 6

Diya Koobarawa & Emma Pala Year 6

Group Work Year 6

Think U Know (5-7 year olds)
Suitable for children in Key Stage One, children can become familiar with Lee and Kim’s Adventure and Hector’s World, which are both created by the CEOP.

 

Think U Know (8-10 year olds)
Suitable for children in Key Stage Two.  Here you can learn e-safety by visiting this cool virtual Cyber Café.  Visit it now to help Griff and his friends stay safe while using email, chat areas, mobiles and other new technologies!

 

CBBC offers a variety of ways to test your internet safety knowledge with Hacker, listen to some Stay Safe songs with Helen Skelton, News Kids On the Block and get some tips from the Horrible Histories gang.

 

Be Smart 
Learn how to be smart whilst using the internet with Cyber Mentors.  You can also go to Kidsmart with lots of videos and quizzes to test your knowledge.

 

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NSPCC 
This guide contains top tips for keeping children safe online.

 

Listed below are links to child friendly search engines.