Internet Safety 

School Internet Safety Meeting - September 2018

E Safety Meeting- Presentation

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The internet can be a fun virtual playground, if used carefully.

There are lots of ways you can use the internet to search information, play games and talk to your friends.

 

To keep yourself safe you need to follow some simple rules:

1. Do not give out any personal information (e.g. age, address, school, where you are)

2. Do not type anything that you would not be happy for your parents or teachers to read.

3. Remember that some people are not honest about who they are.

4. Any picture that you put on the internet will stay there for ever.

For extra information on how to:

  • have fun
  • stay safe and
  • what to do if you are worried

Click on the link below to visit the Think u know website 

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If you are worried by anything, it is worth thinking about reporting it.  We have 2 ways to help you to share your worry.  

Click on the “Report an issue” button below

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or you can anonymously report issues by texting 

STA4 + your message

and send it to:  078600 21584

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Staplehurst School

“The more we expect of ourselves, and one another, the more we can achieve”

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