LGFL say; 'Join our amazing pupil hosts Isla and Alex for this 20 minute lesson / assembly for Safer Internet Day 2022 on the theme of online gaming and staying safe on devices. You can watch and use it at any time from now on (not just on the day - 8 February). There are questions to discuss as a class, top answers from the pupils of All Saints Benhilton Primary who tell us what they think, plus a gaming scenario to watch and even a singalong!'
Useful things for young people aged 7-11
National Cyber Security Centre resources and activieties.
Exciting interactive online security resources for 7 - 11 year olds.
Can you find the fake online?
Select an age-appropriate quiz to play as a family (parents versus children) to learn and test your knowledge on what fake news, disinformation and misinformation is and how to stop it from spreading.
Heard of #deepfake but don't know what it is all about?
Do you think you can tell the difference between real and fake?
Navigating what we see online and social media isn't as easy as it used to be so BBC My World has investigating some of the latest techniques.
Childnet's Six easy-to-follow videos to work through together with children aged 6-9 years old.
Each video has:
- simple, clear online safety advice specifically tailored for children aged 6-9 years old,
- 10-15 minutes of fun activities, games and discussion points,
- narration from an experienced member of the Childnet education team,
- optional follow-up activities to extend children's learning.
So, you’ve got your very first phone. The Own It app will help you to make smart choices, feel more confident and get advice when you need it.
The Own It app helps you take control of your online life!
Download from your Apple or GooglePlay app store. If you’re under 13, make sure your parent or guardian has given you permission first.