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e-safety

Lots of people online can be really nice and helpful, but you should also be aware that there are people who may try to trick you or send you horrible messages.

Jigsaw: for 8 -10 year olds

Here are some of our Top Tips to help you have fun and keep safe online

  • People you don’t know are strangers – it’s quite easy to feel like you know someone really well online because of all the things you talk about, just remember that a stranger in the street is the same as a stranger on the internet.
  • Keep personal information safe – People will ask you questions, that doesn’t mean that you have to answer them! Make a list of things which might be OK to share and a list of things that you definitely shouldn’t share
  • Be nice online – Let try and keep the internet as a fun place for everything
  • Talk to someone – If things go wrong, or you feel worried or scared by what people are saying – Tell someone! This can be Mum or Dad, Auntie or Uncle, even your grandparents can help.

To try and help you learn more about staying safe online, why not check out some of the great guides and links listed below:

Have fun online but please remember to stay safe

 

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Last updated: 2 June 2017

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