A lesson to help children understand online friendships – the good and the dangerous.
A lesson to help children understand that their password is their padlock.
A lesson building children’s awareness of ways to be protected online.
A lesson to help children understand age-inappropriate content they might have viewed by searching, or have seen inadvertently, or be exposed to through playground chatter.
This lesson helps children to understand and action boundaries around their availability and exposure online. Knowing how to say ‘no’ is an important self-protective skill – one best learned early.
A lesson to help children to understand what clickbait is and why we need to avoid it.
A lesson for Safer Internet Day. Exploring potential safety pitfalls online and how we can avoid these.
A lesson to help children identify what is appropriate to share online and what isn’t using the acronym THINK.
A lesson to help children identify what cyberbullying is, what we can do about it and how to report it.
A plan to consider the impacts of screen-time on mental and physical health and the benefits that can be found from green time.
Exploring our rights and responsibilities to make our online world safer and fairer for everyone.
This lesson teaches children about the power of influence, in both positive and negative ways.
These resources are intended for your class to understand what resilience is and how it applies in a digital context.
A lesson to help children understand how their real world values translate to the online world, empowering them into the position of digital upstander.