Yesterday was Safer Internet Day and is part of stopping people being pulled into things that can target you online, or even anything with a sexual purpose. But cyberbullying is one of the main things young Internet users come across on a daily basis, and this is why Safer Internet Day was put into place.
We all know being young and on the Internet offers many great opportunities, we have to remember it also offers risks. It is all part of growing up and learning about what is safe and what is not.
So as part of Safer Internet Day 2015 ‘Education Packs’ have been put together, so children and young adults can create a better Internet.
The ‘Education Packs’ also known as resource packs are available for primary children from 3 to 11 years, and secondary 11 to 19 years. There is also a parent and carer pack, these packs provide a lot of information and ideas to help organisations, youth groups and schools get involved in Safer Internet Day 2015.
Please visit saferinternet.org.uk for more information on the packs.