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Safer Internet Day 2019

With Safer Internet Day on the 5th February, we wanted to share our resource pack with you, as well as tell you all about the fab content we have on the topic. Let’s take a look!

Are you looking for lesson plans and other helpful printouts to support your internet safety lesson? Take a look at our Safer Internet Day pack for inspiration!

You’ll find some handy Fact Sheets to help your students understand why it’s important to stay safe online, as well as a Lesson Plan to help your class understand why we use the internet.

Don’t forget to check out our great internet safety content too!

Below are a few KS1 and KS2 Learn Screens, ThinkIts and Activities you could explore…

Simply pop the content ID number in the Search tool – perfect!


Learn Screens

Sharing Online: #13433 – Developing an awareness of how to communicate safely online.


Checking Facts: #14197 – Chip thinks a website has the answer to a question wrong. How could this have happened?

Passwords: #14190 – Granny wants to use the password ‘123456’. Is that a good password to use?


Safe Surfing: #13620 – Answer questions about staying safe online.


Learn Screens

Searching Effectively: #13436 – Learn ways in which you can search for specific items more effectively.


The Web and the Internet: #20025 – Are the Internet and the World Wide Web the same thing?

Filters: #20296 – Chip used his phone to record a video of himself in a scooter competition and upload it onto a video sharing website. He can access it at home, so why won’t the site load at school?

Staying Safe Online: #20013 – Meg was chatting to her friend on IM when someone that she didn’t know started chatting to her. They asked Meg to send a photo of herself so they could see what she looked like. What should Meg do?


To Connect and Serve: #20071 – Analyse the multiple services offered by the Internet.

Consequences: #19725 – The consequences of inappropriate online behaviour.

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