Safer Internet Day Resources 2020

by | Dec 16, 2019

Safer Internet Day 2020 will be held on Tuesday 11th February 2020, however the event is celebrated by schools throughout February.

 

We will be visiting thousands of schools and students with our Internet Safety Training, workshops and performances.

 

To help you get ready for Safer Internet Day 2020 make sure you check out these resources:

 

UK Safer Internet Centre Educational Packs

 

The UK Safer Internet Centre have released Educational Packs, Videos and Assemblies especially for Safer Internet Day 2020. These can be used to help you plan Internet Safety activities for your students.

 

Parent Info – From CEOP and Thinkuknow

Parent Info is a fantastic resource to help parents access vital internet safety information. Why not add a link to this resource to your website or send it out in your school news letter this February?

 

Gaming: What Parents Need to Know

Online Games are incredibly popular with younger audiences and they are a growing concern for parents and carers. We recommend reading this blog from Thinkuknow, and sharing with the parents and carers from your school.

 

And finally, remember to…

 

Register your support of Safer Internet Day 2020.

 

And if you want to organise an internet safety event for your school, OpenView Education will be offering internet safety shows, workshops and staff training throughout the year. Find out more here.

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