Primary Resources

Our Primary Resource pack for 3-11 year olds consists of:

  • quick activities
  • wider activities
  • one fully supported lesson plan
  • assembly presentation with script
  • a poster
  • a template letter to send to local press
  • video content for 3-11s as part of SID TV (see below)

These resources start discussion and promote Safer Internet Day. These packs provide lots of great ideas to help schools, youth groups, libraries and other organisations get involved in Safer Internet Day 2016.

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Download individual resources:

SID TV for Under-11s

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  • Smartie talks to Red and Murphy about respecting difference online Open or Close

    Our old friends from Belfast Red and Murphy have joined us again this year for Safer Internet Day 2016 and this time they meet our favourite penguin - Smartie! In this film they talk about how to help friends who are being bullied online and what we can all do to make the internet a kinder place for everyone.

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  • Jessica's Wish - an animation for Safer Internet Day by Jude Open or Close

    Film created by 11 year old animator for Safer Internet Day 2016, using the UK Safer Internet Centre's poem 'Jessica's Wish'.

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  • Molly and Harvey on Blocking and Reporting Open or Close

    Molly Rainford and Harvey Cantwell have a discussion about reporting and blocking hateful or unkind content online. Molly and Harvey are ambassadors for the Diana Award Anti-Bullying campaign and friends of the UK Safer Internet Centre.

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  • Jessica's Wish - a poem for Safer Internet Day 2016 Open or Close

    A poem from the UK Safer Internet Centre about celebrating our differences and how they make the world more wonderful. Performed by Molly Rainford and Harvey Cantwell, supporters of the Diana Award Anti-Bullying campaign and friends of the UK Safer Internet Centre.

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  • Molly and Harvey discuss rules for being kind online Open or Close

    Molly and Harvey have a discussions about what their own rules for being kind online. Molly and Harvey are ambassadors for the Diana Award Anti-Bullying Programme and friends of ours.

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