Internet Safety for Children

Anti-Bulling Week 2020: United Against Bullying 

16th-20th November 2020

Click on the guides below for more information about online bullying and being kind online.

 

        

     

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Swiggle - Child Friendly Search 

Have you tried using Swiggle? It is a search engine aimed at children. Next time you need to search for something online, use Swiggle.

 

INTERLAND by Google 

Be an Internet Legend

 

 

Click on the picture above and take yourself to Interland. Embark on a mission to explore Kind Kingdom, Tower of Treasure, Reality River and Mindful Mountain. You will learn how to respect others online; secure your information; check content is real and understand why it is important to think before you share. 

https://beinternetawesome.withgoogle.com/en_uk/interland/landing/kind-kingdom

 

A good rule to live by online, as well as off, is to ‘treat others as you would like to be treated yourself’. You can have a positive impact on others and stop bullying in its tracks by refusing to join in. Always think before you comment post or share anything online.

 

People and situations online aren’t always what they seem. It can be hard to know how to tell the difference between what’s real and what’s not. Always talk to a trusted adult if you are unsure, worried or just want to check something out.

 

  • Treat online communication the same as face-to-face communication.
  • If it isn’t right to say, it isn’t right to post.
  • If in doubt, get guidance on what kind of communication is (and isn’t) OK.
  • Personal details about family, friends – and yourself – should stay private.

 

Personal privacy and security are as important online as they are in the real world. Keeping valuable information safe helps you keep yourself and your devices safe.

 

Who are your trusted adults at home and school?  When you come across something online that upsets, worries or concerns you, always talk to trusted adults.

If you have received or sent any information, images or video to someone whom you do not know, you may want to talk about this with someone. 

You can share a concern with staff at school. The named staff for safeguarding in our school are Miss Livesey, Miss Pilling, Mr Crossley, Mr Hindmarsh, Miss Doherty, Mrs Cheetham and Mrs Cooper.

 

Visit the sites below for more e-safety support

 

BBC Own It 

Think U Know

Childline 

 

If you have received or sent any information, images or video to someone whom you do not know, you may want to talk about this with someone. 

You can share a concern with staff at school. The named staff for safeguarding in our school are Miss Livesey, Miss Pilling, Mr Crossley, Mr Hindmarsh, Miss Doherty, Mrs Cheetham and Mrs Cooper.

 

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