3 Isn’t the internet amazing Isn’t the internet amazing? It allows you to see more, learn more and have lots of fun.
4 To help you enjoy it safely, we’d like you to follow the ‘Click Clever, Click Safe Code’. It’s just three simple things we want you to remember, to help keep you safe when you go to your favourite websites each day.
5 Put your hand up if you use social networking sites?
6 Did you know it is illegal to have a Facebook account if you are not 13 yet? If you have got a Facebook account, you lied about your age when you set it up orIf your parents set it up for you, then it is their job to supervise you at all times when you are using your account and it should be registered to their e mail account.Make sure your privacy settings are set to keep all details private.
7 Did you know?If you post a photograph on facebook and you have 50 friends.If all your friends like your photograph and they have 50 friends each – 2500 people have seen your photograph, could copy your photograph and use your photograph.Once photographs have been placed on the internet (facebook etc) you have no control over them.
9 ZIP IT Keep your personal stuff private and think about what you say and do online.
10 Remember that people online may not be who they say they are Remember that people online may not be who they say they are. Online friends are still strangers even if you have been talking to them for a long time.
11 Don’t share personal information online including your full name, photos, addresses, school information, telephone numbers and places you like to spend time. Make sure you have set privacy settings to restrict access to personal information also disable location on tablets and phones as this can tell whoever you are speaking to exactly where you are.
12 Always use a nick-name instead of your real name Always use a nick-name instead of your real name. Use an avatar instead of your real picture. (Remember last summer we created some avatars in school)
13 DON’T GIVE PEOPLE YOUR PASSWORD! Change your password regularly, just in case somebody guesses it and begins to access your account.
14 We have created this using our animation sets in school We have created this using our animation sets in school. Respecting equipment and keeping it safe too!
15 We will play the clip again! What do you think is happening?
17 BLOCK IT Block people who send nasty messages and don’t open unknown links and attachments.
18 Entered chat room A<User236> Hello is anyone in this chat room?<User978> yes how are you?<User236> My name is Andy what’s yours user 978<User978> sorry I can’t tell you that it is against the rules<User236> Fine but do you want to meet up?<User978> sorry but I can’t do that either<User236> I HATE YOU! Why can’t you!<User978> stop shouting!<User236> SHUT UP !<User978> I’m going to report you<User236> do you think I actually care<User978> I have done itUser236 has left chat room AWhat are some of the dangers of chat rooms ?
19 Always delete s from people you don’t know, and don’t open attachments from people you don’t know. They might be nasty or have a virus that can stop your computer working.
20 If someone is mean or sends nasty messages online, block them If someone is mean or sends nasty messages online, block them. Cyber bullying is very real and very upsetting… it is no different to usual bullying. Research shows that most children have been involved in cyber bullying in some way, either as a victim or perpetrator or bystander. It can quickly spiral out of control.
21 Low Moor NewsWe have prepared a short news cast of what you should do if you are being cyber bullied.
28 What was the difference between scenario 1 and scenario 2?
29 That rule applies to your mobile phone, DS, X-box live too That rule applies to your mobile phone, DS, X-box live too. Anywhere you have access to the internet, whilst unsupervised, can have these problems.
30 Do you have a android phone? Mobile phones are making it much easier to communicate in lots of different ways.But DON’T get caught up in nasty arguments.
31 It’s so easy to say something online that you wouldn’t say to someone’s face because you know it would hurt their feelings.Don’t hide behind your mobile phone or computer – words on a screen can be as hurtful as the words that come from your mouth.
33 FLAG ITFlag up with someone you trust if anything upsets you or if someone asks to meet you offline.
34 If a friend you have made online asks to meet you in the offline world, talk to your parents or a trusted adult about it. You should never meet up with someone you have met online without an adult going with you because it is dangerous.
35 If someone you know is being nasty to someone online, speak to a parent or a trusted adult about it.
36 Let’s see what you know 1. What should you do if your being bullied? Ignore itTell a trusted adultTry to sort it out yourself2. How many times should it happen before you are being cyber bullied?137
37 3. What happens if you don’t tell an adult if you are being cyber bullied? It carries on happeningThey’ll stopSomeone will find out sooner or later
38 4. Who is a ‘trusted adult’. 5. Who can remember what the rules are 4. Who is a ‘trusted adult’? 5. Who can remember what the rules are? 1, 2 & 3 6. Does anyone know what to do if you find something upsetting on the internet or something sent to you?
39 A great website to learn more about internet safety is. http://www You can report things that you find upsetting! You will find this symbol on the above website. You can copy this onto your favourite website.
40 If you want to talk to someone else you can call ‘Childline’ on or visit
41 Guidance from the Department of Education on cyberbulling School website
42 Digital parenting – added to the school website
43 Being safe is about being smart, making the right choices and knowing what to do when you just don’t feel happy about something.
44 We hope you have enjoyed our presentation We hope you have enjoyed our presentation. This powerpoint will be added to the school website. By the ICT Club
45 What have you learnt about E Safety? Year 4Year 5Year 6
46 Winning entries for our E-Safety Poster Competition! Mrs. Cumberworth and the School Council