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					E-safety...how much do you
            know?
What percentage of children, aged 9-16, who use the internet
in the UK have their own Social Networking Site profile?



   A      22%
   B      44%

   C      65%

   D      80%
What percentage of children, aged 9-16, who use the internet
in the UK have their own Social Networking Site profile?



   A


   B


   C      65%

   D
What percentage of parents of these children are not
aware that their children visit these social networking
sites?


A      22%
B      27%

C      25%

D      13%
What percentage of parents of these children are not
aware that their children visit these social networking
sites?

A


B      27%

C

D
   One in ten children who use
   the internet has received
   no guidance or advice from
   their teachers.



(EU Kids Online survey of UK 9-16 year olds and their parents, 2010.)
What fraction of children say that their parents don’t
really know what they do on the internet?


A      one half
B      one quarter

C      one third

D      one fifth
What fraction of children say that their parents don’t
really know what they do on the internet?


A

B


C        one third

D


33% of children say their parents don’t really
know what they do on the internet (DCSF
Staying Safe Survey 2009)
     What percentage of 5-7 year-olds who had the internet
     at home had visited Facebook (OCT 2009)


     A       10%
     B       18%

     C       26%

     D       37%



(March 2010 Ofcom report)
     What percentage of 5-7 year-olds who had the internet
     at home had visited Facebook (OCT 2009)


     A


     B


     C


     D       37%



(March 2010 Ofcom report)
What percentage of parents whose child uses a games
console to go online are aware of access controls?


A     51%
B     32%

C     24%

D     65%
 What percentage of parents whose child uses a games
 console to go online are aware of access controls?


 A

 B      32%

 C


 D




Not all of these are activated though.
      What would you do if you saw this?




                                           Why?




A   Click on the link

B   Ignore it
      What would you do if you saw this?




                                           Why?




A   Do the quiz

B   Ignore it
          Is this a genuine email?




A   Yes, genuine          B          No,fake
          Is this a genuine email?




                                               Why?




A   Yes, genuine          B          No,fake
          Is this a genuine email?




                                               Why?




A   Yes, genuine             B       No,fake
How would you react to this?




 Why?




A Open the attachment and
confirm shipping details.      B   Ignore it
Should you be
worried about
this?




A Yes



B No



 Why?
Is this genuine?




                   A Yes



                   B No




                    Why?
        Is this genuine?




A Yes                      B No

              Why?
What are the most common risks reported by
children online?



A   Communicating with new people not met face-to face

B   Seeing potentially harmful user-generated content

C   Meeting a new online contact offline

D   Being bullied online


    (Data from Initial findings from the EU Kids Online survey, 2010)
What are the most common risks reported by
children online?



A   Communicating with new people not met face-to face

B   Seeing potentially harmful user-generated content

C


D




    (Data from Initial findings from the EU Kids Online survey, 2010)
What percentage of children have met an online
contact offline in the past year?


        A        2%

        B        5%

        C        8%

        D        10%




(Data from Initial findings from the EU Kids Online survey, 2010)
What percentage of children have met an online
contact offline in the past year?


        A                                               8% of children have met an
                                                        online contact offline in the
                                                        past year.
        B
                                                        Although 9-10 year olds are
        C        8%                                     the least likely to have met
                                                        an online contact offline,
        D                                               they are most likely to have
                                                        been bothered by what
                                                        happened .




(Data from Initial findings from the EU Kids Online survey, 2010)
What percentage of 11-16 year olds have
been exposed to one or more types of
potentially harmful user-generated content?

          A          3%
          B          12%
          C          17%
          D          22%


 (Data from Initial findings from the EU Kids Online survey, 2010)
What percentage of 11-16 year olds have
been exposed to one or more types of
potentially harmful user-generated content?

          A

          B                                              This figure rises
                                                         to 26% of 14-16
          C          17%                                 year old girls.
          D




 (Data from Initial findings from the EU Kids Online survey, 2010)
    Which of these is the odd one out?


A                    B




C                     D
                Which of these is the odd one out?

     A                                  B




     C




Moshi Monsters, Habbo Hotel and
Club Penguin are all games sites
aimed at children. Lee and Kim offers
e-safety advice for KS1 and
Foundation Stage children.
What percentage of 7-10 year olds in the
EU play on Club Penguin?


          A          2%

          B          7.5%

          C          14.5%

          D          25%




 (Data from Initial findings from the EU Kids Online survey, 2010)
What percentage of 7-10 year olds in the
EU play on Club Penguin?


          A

          B                                                 14.5% play on Club
                                                            Penguin – the most
          C          14.5%                                  popular games site
                                                            for children of this
          D                                                 age




 (Data from Initial findings from the EU Kids Online survey, 2010)
    What do 9-16 year old
 children in the UK say about
how they access the internet?
What percentage of UK children use the
internet at school?


A   45%

B 62%


C   73%

D   94%
                           (EU Kids Online project, 2010)
What percentage of UK children use the
internet at school?

A                  Compared to the
                   European average,
B                  more UK
                   children go online at
                   school
C


D   94%
                               (EU Kids Online project, 2010)
How many children use the internet in
their bedroom or another private room?


A   25%

B   50%

C   70%

                          (EU Kids Online project, 2010)
How many children use the internet in
their bedroom or another private room?


A



B   50%

C


                          (EU Kids Online project, 2010)
How many UK children go online using a
mobile device?


A   10%

B   25%

C   50%

                           (EU Kids Online project, 2010)
How many UK children go using a mobile
device?


A


B



C   50%

                          (EU Kids Online project, 2010)
9-16 year old children were eight
years old, on average, when they
first used the internet, putting UK
children among the youngest in
Europe when they first go online.

               This makes it even more important that we do
               all we can to help them know how to use the
               internet safely.


                                        (EU Kids Online project, 2010)
How many children feel that they know
more about the internet than their
parents?
           A   12%

           B   28%

           C   35%

           D   41%
                           (EU Kids Online project, 2010)
How many children feel that they know
more about the internet than their
parents?
           A


           B


           C


           D   41%
                           (EU Kids Online project, 2010)
Over four in ten (42%) 9-16 year old
internet users have looked for new
friends on the internet,

34% have added contacts they don’t
know face-to-face

6% have sent an image of themselves
to someone they have not met face to
face.                   (EU Kids Online project, 2010)
What reason is given by 11-16-year-olds
for this type of risky behaviour?



A They find it easier to be themselves online


B They talk about different things online than offline

C They talk about more private things online than when with other
people face to face.


                                                (EU Kids Online project, 2010)
What reason is given by 11-16-year-olds
for this type of risky behaviour?




                           (EU Kids Online project, 2010)
Which of these can’t be used to
connect to the internet?
 A                  B




 C                  D
Which of these can’t be used to
connect to the internet?
 A                          B




 C                           D




ALL CAN BE USED ...
                      Even a fridge - Samsung
                      Zipel e-Diary
What is this logo for?

A    CEOP

B    Report abuse


C    Cyber Cafe


D    World wrestling
What is this logo for?

A      CEOP
B


C


D

CEOP says that among the 500 cases reported weekly
through its ‘Report Abuse’ button, there will be 4 from
children at immediate risk of harm. Remember only half
are reporting ...

				
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