Safer Internet Day 2019 – Registration Open

by | Oct 21, 2019

The Safer Internet Centre have now opened registrations for schools and organisations to show they will be taking park in Safer Internet Day in February.

Safer Internet Day is a great way to raise the profile of Internet Safety for Students. It starts the conversation about how we can use technology responsibly, respectfully, critically and creatively.

There’s so many ways your school can get involved for Safer Internet Day 2019.

Start the discussion with your class today about their opinions on all things Cyber Safety. Why not get your students involved for Safer Internet Day with some of these activities:

Creating E-Safety Posters:

Ask your students how they can communicate how to stay safe online using a poster?

Create an Internet Safety Presentation:

For KS2 get your students to work in small groups to create a short assembly about how other students can stay safe online.

Create an Internet Safety Film:

All your students can share their tips and advice on how other students can stay safe online.

Register your support for Safer Internet Day here.

At OpenView Education we will be helping schools and students to mark the occasion for Safer Internet Day throughout February. We will be delivering Internet Safety Workshops for Primary Schools and our Whole School E-Safety Performances.

We like to make our workshops interactive, high energy and empower the students to help make a change at their schools. If you would like to mark the occasion for Safer Internet Day this February get in touch here.

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