This year, Safer Internet Day 2023 is on Tuesday 7th February and this year's theme is:
‘Want to talk about it? Making space for conversations about life online’.
We believe it is very important that the children remain safe online both in school and at home but to also have the opportunity to use and enjoy technology.
It’s celebrated across the globe in over 170 countries, with thousands of young people joining in across the UK to explore how they can use the internet responsibly, respectfully, and creatively whilst making the most of their relationships online.
The day will consist of a range of activities including assemblies, working in the classroom doing various tasks relating with online safety and the children will also have opportunities to use the computer resources we have in school such as the Ipads and BeeBots (floor robots).
This year we are hoping to answer the following questions:
Safer Internet Day is also a great opportunity to focus on online safety with your child or children. Why not ask them for their top tips for staying safe online - always a good conversation starter or perhaps use their favourite app or game with them. Attached below are a couple of documents and some website links which include useful information for parents and carers.
Here is a further list of useful websites you may want to look at to help you with marking Safer Internet Day this year:
LSE research - digital experiences and mental health
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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