In Y5 have been learning about online safety. We had a discussion about online safety and how to be safe online.
We know that people online can pretend they are somebody else and that we should not trust anyone online – in particular if they are strangers!
Another great link: http://www.kidsmart.org.uk/
Click this link for an E-saftey poster and save it to your computer, then print it off to display in your room.
E-Safety and Cyber Bullying
These two PDF-documents are of great help to Parents and Carers. Please download it to your PC and read carefully with your child.
Internet_Safety [Click to download]
Cyber_bullying [Click to download]
Stay Safe click HERE for the link. Fun for you!
Click HERE to have more E-safety-fun!
Click the following link for Disney’s E-safety and have fun
Click on the next link to take you to this site where there is more to read!
Think then Click
- Ask permission before using the Internet.
- Only use websites that an adult has chosen.
- Tell an adult if you see anything you are uncomfortable with.
- Immediately close any webpage you are not sure about.
- Only e-mail people an adult has approved.
- Send e-mails that are polite and friendly.
- Never give out personal information or passwords.
- Never arrange to meet anyone we don’t know.
- Do not open e-mails sent by anyone you don’t know.
This is the COPYRIGHT sign. Where you see this with an image, with information, etc. you are NOT allowed to copy it and claim it as yours. Many other things like poems, do not have it, but there is a name of a poet with the poem and that means the poem has been written by that POET. You can NOT have it on your site/blog without the name of the poet. Otherwise you mean: you CLAIM it as been written by YOU, which is NOT the case.
Ensure: 1. If you add an image to your site, try and put the site [in short is enough] where you found the image. [if you have the link of the site. If you found it on google images, say it!]See this example. This compass image is not my own and the second image is from the site of the BBC. Look at how I explain where the images are from. Some people link the image directly to the site where it comes from, that is even better.
Image: Google Images
If you find a poem on the internet that you really like, copy and paste it, but ENSURE the poet’s name is attached to the poem! You need to protect yourself when using stuff from the internet.