As more children are working from home online, we would like to share some useful resources surrounding online safety.
Interland - a great, free online safety game.Interland is a free, web-based game that makes learning the ways of the web a fun, engaging and hands-on experience. Kids are invited to play their way to Internet Awesome and become fearless explorers of the online world in a quest to deny hackers, sink phishers, one-up cyberbullies and outsmart oversharers.
Parents vs KidsWho knows more about the online world, parents or kids? Get the whole family together and take the Parents vs Kids quiz. You can play on an Amazon Echo, or on your mobile, desktop or tablet. See who knows the most about the online world, and learn a bit more about staying safe.
Online Safety Resources for Ages 3-7There are a range of resources that explore online safety in a way that is appropriate for use with 3-7 year olds. These resources, in the form of story books, look at issues ad scenarios the youngest internet users may face whilst going online.
Onion Safety Resources for Ages 7-11We have created a range of resources that explore online safety 7-11 year olds. These resources are adaptable for use at home with young people, and can provide fun and new ways to extend their knowledge about being safe online.
Family Agreement - A family agreement is a great way to start a conversation with your whole family about how you all use the internet, and how to behave positively online.
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