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Schoolsworks is a multi-academy trust in West Sussex. Our aim is to create small hubs of schools which work closely together to collaborate, share best practice and improve outcomes for children.

Schoolsworks

Rustington

Staying Safe Online

What has helped you remember how to stay safe when using the Internet?

Kidsmart is a great place to visit for advice on eSafety for parents.

Reception

- Tell a trusted adult if a site worries you.

Year 1

- Tell a trusted adult if a site worries you.

 

Year 2

- Remember - don't share your personal information.

Year 3

 

- Don't speak to people you don't know.

- Accepting emails can be dangerous, they may      contain a virus.

- Beware people online may not be who they say    they are.

- Don't share your personal information.

- Tell a trusted adult if something or someone        makes you feel worried.

- Meeting an online friend can be dangerous,          take a trusted adult with you.

 

Use these children's search engines to help you stay safe:

www.kidsclick.org 

http://kids.yahoo.com/ 

www.kidrex.org/ 

Year 4

 

- Don't speak to people you don't know.

- Accepting emails can be dangerous, they may contain a virus.

- Beware people online may not be who they say they are.

- Don't share your personal information.

- Tell a trusted adult if something or someone makes you feel worried.

- Meeting an online friend can be dangerous,  take a trusted adult with you.

 

Year 5

- Communicate responsibly online and tell a trusted adult if other people make    you feel unsafe.

Understand how to keep yourself safe when using email, social           

  networking, online gaming and mobile phones and consider how you

  present yourself online.

Year 6

 

 

 

- Understand that you cannot trust what is online - it    may be biased or fake.

- Understand how to keep yourself safe when                using email, social  networking, online gaming and    mobile phones and consider how you present            yourself online.