Tag Archive | Internet Safety

SAFER INTERNET DAY 2017

 

 

SAFER INTERNET DAY 

Safer Internet Day 2017 is almost here! 
It takes place on Tuesday, 7 February 2017 .
The theme for this year is
Be the change:
Unite for a better internet
How can we work together to create a better and safer internet?
What are some of the special things you can do
to keep yourself and your friends safe on the internet?
Write back and tell me how you think you can work together to create a better internet.
 

Internet Safety – Celebrating Internet Safety Day 2015

This week saw our whole school take part in the global

Internet Safety Day for 2015.

We watched the videos below

and also discussed what to do when on the Internet,

so that we stay safe.

We learnt that it is important to act responsibly

when we are on the Internet, especially if we are on any social media sites.

Part of our activities at school

included designing a poster about Internet Safety.

The best poster in each class will be chosen and prizes will be given.

So remember, always stay safe on the Internet and follow safe practices!

We also listened to this song and joined in.

See if you can also join in.

What did you learn from our Internet Safety day?

What do you do to stay safe on the Internet?

What advice would you give someone about staying safe on the Internet?

Leave a comment.

We would love to hear from you.

CyberQuoll – Cyber Safety – Staying Safe Online

Recently in our class we have been speaking about

staying safe on line, and  about Cyber bullying.

We all have the responsibility of looking after ourselves and others

when we are on the Internet.

cyberquoll 6

CYBERQUOLL – STAYING SAFE ONLINE

Follow the link above to listen to how to stay safe online.

It is full of many tips of the do’s and don’ts when you are online.

There are six episodes in the series. 

By knowing about online risks and how to manage them,

your experience on the Internet can be a safe and positive one.

Cyberquoll 1
We acknowledge and give thanks for the CYBERQUOLL videos
to the Australian Communications and Media Authority (the ACMA) 
 for producing this cyber safety program suitable for upper primary students.