Welcome to the UK Safer Internet Centre, where you can find e-safety tips, advice and resources to help children and young people stay safe on the internet.
Safer Internet Day 2015 took place on 10th February 2015, with the theme 'Let's create a better internet together'.
The UK Safer Internet Centre's helpline for professionals working with young people in the UK.
The UK Safer Internet Centre's hotline for the public to report online child sexual abuse content.
Games, films, quizzes and advice to help you stay safe online. With resources for primary and secondary age children.
Advice about key esafety topics like social networking, as well as how-to guides for setting up filters and parent settings.
Educational resources, e-safety policy and protecting your online reputation - for teachers, social workers and more.
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on the 10th February
The young people will be sharing their voices on the UK Safer Internet Centre’s ‘Up 2 Us’ film which will be premiered on Safer Internet Day.
We will be running registration sessions, assemblies, advertisements on the video wall and digital signage and integrating the event into ICT lessons
We will be incorporating the key messages within our popular sessions in order to emphasise the importance of internet safety.
The children at Horsforth Newlaithes will be involved in the planning of Safer Internet Day. There will be lots of different activities happening throughout school to promote e safety.
At homeDNAdirect we will encourage our customers to use Internet safely. We will spread the word through our social media pages as well as put a note about SID 2015 in our email signatures.
We will be using the SID materials to run PSHE lessons for 25 minutes each morning all week for years 7, 8 and 9.
All pupils will be participating. Staff have planned activities to help pupils understand how to stay safe on the internet. This will link with our work with NSPPCC and their 'Share Aware ' campaign.
Use activities from website on the day. Show slide show to whole school, discuss key ideas. Juniors collect internet questionnaires from pupils and use to make a presentation about their findings.
We kicked off with a whole school assembly and each class have lot's of fun activities to complete throughout the week to ensure we can create a Safer Internet.
Supporting children, young people and adults with a learning disability and their carers through out Northern Ireland to use ICT in a safe, educational and fun way.