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Safer Internet Day

Safer Internet Day examines how to stay safe online. An important part of this includes how to be safe on social media and how you can be safe on the internet.

What is Safer Internet Day?

Safer Internet Day is organised by the UK Safer Internet Centre. It is an opportunity for homes, schools and organisations around the country to work together to make the internet a safer place.

The purpose of Safer Internet Day is for each of us to get together to share ideas and tips on how to be safe online. It also reminds us all to treat others with respect online.

Each year there is a new theme linked to internet safety and responsible internet usage. The theme for Safer Internet Day 2022 is: ‘All fun and games? Exploring respect and relationships online’.

Safer Internet Day Online

Get involved with Safer Internet Day on social media using these hashtags:

Internet Safety Resources

[Resource Pack thumbnail] Personal Safety in Cyberspace

Personal Safety in Cyberspace

This pack looks at the dangers of chat rooms, malicious software, webcams, cyberbullying and online scams.

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Internet Safety Lesson Plans

[Lesson Plan thumbnail] Safety in Cyberspace

Safety in Cyberspace

This lesson plan examines the dangers of the internet and how to stay safe on the web.

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[Lesson Plan thumbnail] Phishing Scams

Phishing Scams

A lesson plan on phishing and the different types of phishing scams used online.

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Free Internet Safety Resources

[Resource Pack thumbnail] What is Fake News?

What is Fake News?
(free resource pack)

How do we distinguish between real news and fake news? How are misinformation and untrue rumours spread through the media? Download this free pack to find out.


[Resource Pack thumbnail] Putting Our Photographs Online

Putting Our Photographs Online
(free resource pack)

Uploading our images can land us into all sorts of problems. Who owns them once they’re online? Can they be protected? This free resource covers these questions.