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Internet Safety May 2014 – KS3 AIMS  To find out what you know about staying safe online  To improve on your knowledge on internet safety  To be clear.

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2 Internet Safety May 2014 – KS3

3 AIMS  To find out what you know about staying safe online  To improve on your knowledge on internet safety  To be clear on the dangers of cyberbullying  To teach me something new about your online life!

4 HOW SECURE ARE YOU?  What do you have a password for?  Think of reasons why you need to have strong passwords that are hard for other people to guess  Why should you not share your passwords with other people?  Password Q&A activity sheet

5 Perfect passwords checklist  use letters and numbers  use a minimum of 8 characters  don’t contain any personal information  use characters like brackets, &, or %  use a mixture of capitals and lower case letters  use a sentence or a line from a song instead of just one word  only use the first letters of that sentence  use different languages  will be easy for me to remember  I have different passwords for my online accounts  I will change my passwords again within the next 6 months

6 Can I be your friend?

7 SOCIAL NETWORKING  What do you use?  Do you know how to keep safe?  Would you be able to help tell someone else how to?  Chloe’s Friendbook profile – activity sheet

8 CHLOE’S PAGE Positive  Cartoon profile image  Limited personal info  Chloe helped a friend against cyberbullies  Chloe asks how she knows someone  Chats about positive things like homework Negative  Uses full name  Shares  1186 friends  Doesn’t know everyone friends with  Talks about copying work  Friend posts about Chloe being ‘home alone’  Shared location of home address  Inappropriate adverts?  Photos shared of partying – privacy settings?

9 CYBERBULLYING  Please watch this short clip so we can discuss this after  /films/uk/lfit-film.aspx /films/uk/lfit-film.aspx

10 JOE’S STORY  Who bullied Joe?  Kim, Kim’s close friends, Joe’s friends, others on bus, anyone who was involved in sharing and didn’t pass on to an adult  Why did it all start, what did Joe do wrong?  He didn’t do anything wrong, he just answered a question right at school  Was there anything illegal about what happened?  Yes, being involved in serious bullying and sharing or creating hateful messages/pages is classed as harrassment and can be reported to the police

11 JOE’S STORY  Who could have stopped it or helped?  Kim, Kim’s close friends, Joe’s friends, others on bus, anyone who was involved in sharing or Joe himself!  What could Joe have done?  Talked to an adult, reported online, talked to his friends about how it upset him, reported to police (save messages)  Who helped Joe to sort it out?  His mum, adults can help to change things that you might not feel confident enough to change yourself  Do you think Joe was silly to be that upset by it?  I don’t. At that age, school and friends are a huge part of your life and if they go wrong, it’s ok to be bothered. But it’s also ok to tell people that you are too.

12 WHAT SHOULD I DO?  There are many ways of reporting things online and many people you can talk to about things which upset or worry you or other people.  DO speak to a trusted adult and/or report using the in app features e.g. Click CEOP button/report abuse  DON’T send on any photo’s or videos that you think are part of any cyberbullying  DO make sure your personal info is secure  DO share what you’ve learnt today

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