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Online Safety- How can I keep myself safe online?

Online Safety 

How can I keep myself safe online?

 

Always follow the SMART Rules

 

Always follow the simple rules above.

If you come across something that makes you feel uncomfortable talk to a trusted adult.

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CEOP (Child Exploitation and Online Protection) is an organisation which helps children stay safe online. If someone acted inappropriately towards you online, or to a child or young person you know, such as being asked to do something that makes you feel uncomfortable or someone being insistent on meeting up, it is very important that you tell someone.  

You can report it to CEOP by clicking the link below.

 

 

                             STAYING SAFE ONLINE

It’s not always easy to know what’s safe online and what’s not. Our advice can help you to keep safe and to know what to do when things go wrong.

Click on the link above.

 

What to know more about these topcs? (click the links below)

Gaming

Asking adults for help

Feeling good on social media

Online Safety Games

Have fun learning how to stay safe online by having a go at the games below!

 

Band Runner

Internet safety aside, Band Runner is a fun game in its own right. Children choose to play as Ellie or Sam and must time their jumps correctly to help them avoid obstacles. They can also use their guitars to help demolish the blockers---Ellie and Sam are on their way to a gig, after all!

 

Interland

This game lets children play as a little robotic Internaut, learning all about cyberbullying, phishing, data protection, and more. This is taught through a variety of mini-games that are spread out across floating islands.

 

Internet Safety Hangman

Everyone knows how to play Hangman! This version of the classic game aims to teach children about how to talk to others online and what sort of information you shouldn't share online.

With only ten questions, you can complete it fairly quickly. In addition to teaching best practices, like not telling someone your age, this quiz goes the extra mile and also defines terms like "link" and "chatting".

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