Online Safety Information for Pupils

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 Each time you click on a picture, it will take you to the website….

 

 

 

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This is good for everyone to remember….

 

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It’s Internet Safety Week!

Safer Internet Day Tuesday 5th February 2019

Here are some useful links taking you some websites with guidance about online safety.

Click on the image to take you to the webpage:

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Check out this fun web page about online safety!

 

 

Wellbeing Techniques
Stop Think Go is a problem solving technique. There are 3 steps.

1) STOP – here you ask yourself “how am I feeling?” Happy, scared, angry or sad. How you feel can make a difference to the choice you make?

2) THINK – here ask yourself “what are my options?” – think about all the different choices you can make; some will have good consequences and some will have less good consequences. (consequence means what may happen – if you stroke a cat the consequence may be it purrs, if you give someone a compliment the consequence may be that they smile)

3) GO – once you’ve thought through the positive and negative consequences of each of your options you can make your choice.

Let’s go through an example:

Imagine someone at school calls you a nasty name.

1) STOP – How do you feel? You might feel hurt, sad, angry, spiteful, tearful, embarrassed.

2) THINK – What are your options?

a) Call them a nasty name back

b) Walk away

c) Go and play something to cheer yourself up

d) Talk to a friend

e) Count to 10 and then say “I don’t like what you just said to me, I feel hurt/angry/sad”

Now think about the positive and negative consequences.

If you call someone a nasty name back, they could call you an even nastier name or something worse, if you walk away they may leave you alone.

3) GO – Which choice has the best possible outcome?

Here is a picture that can help you practise:

 

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Safety Net Kids:

Worried about Online Bullying?

 

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‘Livestreaming’ tips from young people

 

 

 

 

 

Facebook Safety Checklist

 

Snapchat Safety Checklist

 

 

 

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NSPCC HELPLINE

 

 

 

 

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