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The internet is a great place for children to learn and communicate but there are some dangers they need to know about. This presentation educates children in the key points of how to stay safe ...

The internet is a great place for children to learn and communicate but there are some dangers they need to know about. This presentation educates children in the key points of how to stay safe online.

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How to stay safe online How to stay safe online Presentation Transcript

  • Enjoying the Internet… safely
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    • The Internet is great
    • It lets you do lots of stuff, like…
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    • Share with friends
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    • Learn about new things
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    • Get help
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    • Book holidays and buy things
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    • But there are some dangers you need to know about…
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    • You wouldn’t talk to a stranger in the real world so don’t do it online!
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    • There are strangers on the internet who want to hurt you
    • They will make friends with you online and then try to meet up with you
    • This is called grooming
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    • You should only talk to people you know
    • Don’t ever give out your:
      • Name
      • Phone number
      • Address
      • Password
      • Your school’s name
      • Your parent’s name
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    • Don’t upload photos you wouldn’t want your parents to see
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    • Don’t agree to meet up with someone you met online
    • They might not be who they say they are
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    • Don’t ever turn on your webcam to a stranger
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    • If a stranger asks to meet up with you or asks you for personal information or photos:
    • Tell a parent
    • Tell CEOP ( http://www.ceop.gov.uk )
    • Tell a teacher
    • Tell someone you trust
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    • The Internet is great
    • Enjoy it:
      • Share with your friends
      • Learn new things
      • Explore and discover
    • But its even better when you stay safe