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Safer Internet Day 2021

What is Safer Internet Day?

Safer Internet Day is an event, organised by the UK Safer Internet Centre, which aims to promote safe, responsible and positive use of internet technology.

It involves lots of local and national organisations coming together to raise awareness of correct internet practices. They look at lots of topics including consent, ownership and data privacy, and it runs with the slogan, ‘Together for a better internet’. They also raise issues about cyberbullying, digital identity and social networks.

The main goal of Safer Internet Day is to raise awareness and start a conversation about internet safety. One company cannot make the internet wholly safe, but lots of people working together can have a big impact. Its aim is to make a safer and better internet for everyone, especially children and young people.

Please take a moment to read the House Captain's E-Safety Newsletter

Top 5 Tips for internet safety

Staying safe on the internet is a vital part of modern technology use. Here are our 5 top tips for aiding you and your children in this process:

  • Monitor your child’s internet use and keep a track of their browser history.
  • Make sure you choose strong passwords for your secure information.
  • Keep your privacy settings high to ensure your security.
  • Ensure you're up to date with all the latest security software. 
  • Remember to be as vigilant on your mobile as your desktop or laptop. 
  • Don't click on links you don't trust.


1:30pm     Safer Internet Day with Liverpool FC  

Returning for another year, Liverpool FC will be live on this Safer Internet Day to talk about the theme of reliability online. This event will take place on the UK Safer Internet Centre Youtube Channel.   (copy and paste this link into your browser) 

Reception and KS1 


Year 6

What can you trust online?

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