This Safer Internet Day let’s make the internet a place of kindness and respect!
Find out more about what you can do to play your part for a better internet. Read our tips and watch the films!
Be kind online: before you say what’s on your mind ask yourself is it kind?
See what CBBC presenters Molly and Harvey think we should all do to help make the internet a kinder place...
What is your wish for a better internet? Why not print out the #shareaheart sign and write down your rules for a kinder internet.
Look out for your friends: if you see something mean online then report it, block the person and tell a parent or another trusted adult.
Read the Smartie the Penguin storybook and check out Red & Murphy's advice for Smartie...
Find out more: Check out the Childnet Skills School to find out how to block and report on Disney Club Penguin and MovieStarPlanet, and together with your parent you could have a look through our Safety Tools advice about how to report and block on the most popular social networks.
Respect each other’s differences online: we're not all the same, and that's what makes us great!
Watch the animation created by 11 year old Jude about the UK Safer Internet Centre's poem 'Jessica's Wish'....
Think: How are your friends that you talk to online different to you and how they are the same? How could you show them you care?
Play your part: help make the internet a kind place for everyone! What can you do?
Get inspired by hearing what other young people are doing on Safer Internet Day...
What will you pledge to do? Write down one thing on the #shareaheart sign that you can do today to help make the internet a kinder place. Why not get creative and make a film or poster to help inspire others to be kind online?