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Cybersafety junior school


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Cybersafety junior school

  1. 1. Stay Smart Online Week How to: And stay safe!
  2. 2. Stay Smart Online Week The internet and mobile phones can be a lot of fun and a great way of staying in touch with your friends as well being a really important tool for school work.
  3. 3. Stay Smart Online Week It is important to remember that you need to stay smart to stay safe online!
  4. 4. Stay Smart Online Week 1. Never give out personal details about yourself such as: • full name, date of birth or age • where you live • where you go to school • contact details including email addresses • user names and passwords. What Junior school students need to know:
  5. 5. Stay Smart Online Week 2. Never give out any private information over the internet or through mobile phones about your family, friends or other people that you know.
  6. 6. Stay Smart Online Week 3. Use a strong password that contains a combination of upper and lower case letters, symbols and numbers.
  7. 7. Stay Smart Online Week 4. Think before you send! You have to think about what you are saying and how this will make the other person feel.
  8. 8. Stay Smart Online Week 5. Don’t hide behind a computer screen, if you wouldn’t say it to their face, don’t say it at all!
  9. 9. Stay Smart Online Week 6, Ask yourself before posting any photos: “would I be okay with my Grandma seeing this?” If the answer is no, forget it!
  10. 10. Stay Smart Online Week Did you know that you need to legally be at least 13 years old to sign up to these?
  11. 11. Stay Smart Online Week And 17 years old to sign up to this:
  12. 12. Stay Smart Online Week Why does social media have age limits?
  13. 13. Stay Smart Online Week For more information and videos about staying safe online, visit the library website: And click on the Cyber Safety page under the eSmart tab: