Safer Internet Day 2021

9th February 2021
Tuesday 9th February is Safer Internet Day, an annual day organised by the UK Safer Internet Centre to teach children about the importance of staying safe online. Each year in school we mark Safer Internet Day with an assembly and Computing lessons based on the theme of Safer Internet Day. This year, the theme is "An internet we trust: exploring reliability in the online world."
 
Although this year we can't be together in school, it is more important than ever to learn about Safer Internet Day, especially as children are spending more time online for learning and for entertainment due to the effects of the pandemic. 
 
To help teach your children about the importance of reliability in the online world, you can access the following resources.
 
BBC lesson
The BBC is planning a 30 minute live lesson on Tuesday 9th at 11am. Just follow the link for more information.
 
For parents and carers
Learn more about Safer Internet Day and what reliability online means.
 
 
Top Tips for 3-7 year olds
 
Films
These films are aimed at children and young people aged  5 - 11 exploring what we can trust on the internet as part of our Safer Internet Day 2021 campaign. 
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Films for parents and carers
 
Please follow the link to watch films about Safer Internet Day for parents and carers. 
 
 
Quiz!
Test your child's understanding with an online quiz! It's aimed at 8-13 year olds.