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Safer Internet Day

9th February 'Safer Internet Day' 2021


This year the theme is about 'What to Trust Online'. It is important for children to understand that not everything published online is true and safe.


Click on the links below to find some activities that you can do with your child at home to help them stay safe when using the internet.

Key Stage 1: Reception to Year 2


Digiduck Assembly. Watch the virtual assembly about Digiduck to see how he learns what to trust on the internet.

  • Assembly, Watch the Digiduck virtual assembly


True or False? Look at the slides on the PowerPoint and discuss whether the facts are true or false. If you are not sure, how could you find out?

  • True or False.ppsx
  • True or False Game, On some pieces of paper, write down some facts about different animals. Make some facts 'true' (Eg. Birds have 2 legs.) and some facts 'false' (Eg. Birds have fingers and toes). Can your child sort them into 2 piles for 'True' or 'False'? Discuss how you could check the facts.


Additional links to 'Safer Internet Day' resources:

Key Stage 2: Year 3 to 6


What To Trust Online. Watch the virtual assembly to find out how you can check to see if the information you find online is true or false.


What is the Motive? Watch the film clips to see what the motives could be behind the adverts. Who would benefit from them?

Safer Internet Day 2021: All the adverts (English subtitles)

This video accompanies the lesson plan in the Safer Internet Day 7-11 Education Pack, produced for Safer Internet Day 2021 by the UK Safer Internet Centre.

Be An Internet Detective! Print off the sheet below and use the internet to find examples of the activities on the sheet.


Additional links to 'Safer Internet Day' resources: