"e safety overview"
Be careful of anything on the internet. All you need to know about E-safety by a Year 5 student called Harry from Dunston Primary School. Made during the ICT Primary Links visits in May 2010 • The way how to keep safe on the internet is to never do any of these things: • Never give out personal information about you or friends and family. • Don’t arrange to meet people anywhere. • Don’t give out pin numbers or anything like that which are really safe to you and your family. • If someone is being mean to you report them or tell an adult. • Never give out personal information such as: • Your Postcode • Address • Phone number • Car registration • E-mail address • Pin number etc Never give out personal informatio n • Cyber bullying is where someone bullies you online and if that ever happens to you tell a responsible adult. • Cyber bullying is a bad thing it happens to over 2000 people per year. • Chat rooms can be dangerous sometimes because people can say rude and mean things about you. Chat rooms include talking pages where you can talk to each other, here is a list of chat rooms: • Facebook • Bebo • Twitter • Club Penguin • MSN (windows live messenger) • Moshi monsters and so on. • Hope you enjoyed year 5’s presentation on e-safety. Year 5 have been going to Branston community college to learn about e- safety which means electronic safety.