2. What is Internet Safety?

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The Scottish Government (2017) states: “Every child and young person has an age appropriate and evolving understanding of the opportunities and risks which exist in the online world.”

This is defined within these outcomes:

  • Children and young people are aware of their rights and responsibilities in the online world
  • Children and young people are resilient and are equipped to help themselves and their peers
  • Children and young people are able to identify when they, or their peers, are at risk, and know what to do if they spot something

 

Have you tried these free internet safety resources?

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Step Up, Speak Up! – Childnet

Step Up, Speak Up! – Childnet  “Online sexual harassment is unwanted sexual conduct on any digital platform and it is recognised as a form… Read more

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Just a joke? – Childnet

Just a joke? – Childnet  Lesson plans, quick activities, a quiz and teaching guide designed to explore problematic online sexual behaviour with 9-12 year… Read more

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Into Film -Staying Safe Online

Into Film – Staying Safe Online    Staying Safe Online is an education resource created by Into Film in partnership with Childnet International. Both… Read more

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Free Internet Safety Tutorial at GCFGlobal

Free Internet Safety Tutorial at GCFGlobal  This site has a progressive programme of lessons to introduce and develop your learners’ knowledge and understanding of… Read more

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Thinkuknow – internet safety resources

Thinkuknow  This is the prefect place to start for all things internet safety. It has content for educators, families and learners. Read more

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