Presentation on theme: "E-Safety for everyone Be careful of anything on the internet."— Presentation transcript:
1E-Safety for everyone Be careful of anything on the internet. All you need to know about E-safetyby a Year 5 student called Harry from Dunston Primary School.Made during the ICT Primary Links visits in May 2010
2How To Keep Safe On The Internet Don’t do any of these thingsThe way how to keep safe on the internet is to never do any of these things:Never give out personal information about you or friends and family.Don’t arrange to meet people anywhere.Don’t give out pin numbers or anything like that which are really safe to you and your family.If someone is being mean to you report them or tell an adult.
3Never give out personal information Never give out personal information such as:Your PostcodeAddressPhone numberCar registrationaddressPin number etcNever give out personal information
4Cyber bullying is a bad thing. Cyber bullying is where someone bullies you online and if that ever happens to you tell a responsible adult.Cyber bullying is a bad thing it happens to over 2000 people per year.Cyber bullying is a bad thing.
5Chat rooms can be dangerous Chat rooms can be dangerous sometimes because people can say rude and mean things about you. Chat rooms include talking pages where you can talk to each other, here is a list of chat rooms:FacebookBeboTwitterClub PenguinMSN (windows live messenger)Moshi monsters and so on.Chat rooms can be dangerous
6Hope you enjoyed year 5’s presentation! The EndHope you enjoyed year 5’s presentation!Hope you enjoyed year 5’s presentation on e-safety. Year 5 have been going to Branston community college to learn about e-safety which means electronic safety.