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How to stay safe on the internet 5S e-safety assembly
Researching or browsing
26% of children have a public social networking prole such as Facebook. You must be 13 years or older.
12% of 9-16 year olds say they have been bothered or upset by something on the internet…
…however, 56% of parents whose child has received nasty or hurtful messages online are not aware of this.
1/8 parents dont monitor their childrens online activities…while 56% of parents take positive steps such as suggesting to their children how to behave towards others online.
36% of 9-16 year olds claim that they denitely know more about the internet than their parents.
73% of children say their friends have helped or supported their internet use.
44% of children claim to have received some guidance on safe internet use from their friends, and 35% say that they have also provided advice to their friends.
Children say they receive most online safety advice from: 1) parents (63%) 2) teachers (58%) 3) other relatives (47%) 4) friends (44%).
87% of all children use the internet at home and most of the time we are unsupervised while we browse the web.
How do we Stay Safe on the internet?
Bob10: Hello. I want to be friends. Whats your phone number?
The internet is just like real life because it is real life.
E Safety Top 10 Tips countdown
10) Treat your password like your toothbrush!
9) Only give your mobile number or website address to trusted friends and family
8) Block the bully!
7) Save the evidence
6) Do not reply to bad language or bullying
5) Check your profile and make sure it doesnt include any personal information
4) Always respect others
3) Think before you send!
2) Look out for your friends
1) Tell your parent, carer or a teacher if something or someone makes you feel uncomfortable or worried
3 Top Tips taken from the thinkuknow website to keep you safe from cyber bullying
1) DONT RESPOND AND DONT REPLY
2) SAVE ALL NASTY MESSAGES AND S
3) TELL AN ADULT
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