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Spotlight On… Helping You Promote Online Safety

It’s super important that students understand the positive uses of technology as well as the dangers. That’s why we want to help you promote online safety to your students and...

It’s super important that students understand the positive uses of technology as well as the dangers. That’s why we want to help you promote online safety to your students and tell you more about the fantastic content we have to help you do this in your classroom within our Computing module.  

ThinkIts

You could have a group discussion on online safety with your class and use our fab resources to help you cover the theme.

We’ve fantastic ThinkIts that you can use to promote safety on the internet.

Staying Safe Online (PDF Document)

What Not to Do Online (PDF Document)  

Password Complexity (PDF Document)

Tricky Troll (PDF Document) 

To download, right-click on the link and “Save link as…”

Fact Sheets and Posters

Check out our early, middle and older years Fact Sheets and posters too and use them in your classroom to help get the all-important ‘internet safety’ message across.

Early Years – Fact Sheet (PDF Document) 

Early Years – Poster (PDF Document)

Middle Years – Fact Sheet (PDF Document)

Middle Years – Poster (PDF Document)

Older Years – Fact Sheet (PDF Document)

Older Years – Poster (PDF Document)

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Let’s move onto a few of our suggested Computing Online Safety Learn Screens and Activities.

Learn Screens and Activities

Let’s move onto a few of our suggested Computing Online Safety Learn Screens and Activities – you can use Search to find these on EducationCity.

Learn Screens

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

Viruses, Piracy and Phishing Online: Discover ways to prevent personal information being stolen.

Cyberbullying: How to respond to cyberbullying.

Activities

Safe Surfing: Answer questions about staying safe online.

Consequences: When things go wrong: The consequences of inappropriate online behaviour.

Consequences: Poor decisions: The consequences of inappropriate online behaviour.

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