Safer Internet Day is Tuesday 7th February. Along with activities taking place at school, you can also help to keep your children, family, friends and yourself safer online.
This Safer Internet Day Education Pack provides a range of resources to help you deliver sessions with parents and carers, whether you are a school, youth group, library, police service, or wider.
This pack includes:
- Presentation and script
- Letter to parents and carers
- Conversation starters
Ripple Primary School takes bullying very seriously and we are doing everything possible to stop it happening.
The two leaflets (links are below) show what to do if bullying is experienced.
SAFE is an acronym. It stands for:
1. Keep your password SECRET
2. ATTACHMENTS might have viruses
3. FIND an adult if you see something that upsets you
4. EVERYONE is invisible on the Internet so be careful
We also have a picture with actions that helps us all to stay SAFE. You’ll see this picture all around the school as well.
Here are some excellent website that are SAFE to use and teach you all about e-Safety:
Sites for children
Keeping myself safe
KS1 Think You Know
KS2 Think you know
CBBC Stay Safe
Sites for parents/carers
Ripple Primary School’s Acceptable Use Policy
including the e-Safety Policy
Think you know
Please let us know what you think about these sites, what experiences you’ve had on e-Safety and, parents/carers, what further training you would like us to offer. We will be running some workshops again during Parents’ Evening. They proved very successful last year for those that attended.