Ways Schools Can Celebrate Safer Internet Day Remotely

As a result of remote learning, the UK Safer Internet Centre has put together guidance on how schools can still celebrate Safer Internet Day remotely.

They have put together overviews of the exciting resources available, outlining how schools and other settings can still enjoy the day no matter where they are. This is to ensure that we can spread the message about 'An Internet we trust: exploring reliability in the online world' for Safer Internet Day taking place on the 9th February 2021

Safer Internet Day Resources 

This new guidance looks at the already published educational resources that were launched last year for educators which all look at the topic of reliability online whilst encouraging young people to learn about online safety. This new guidance now outlines how schools and other settings can adapt the resources to be used by those who are now learning remotely. 

These have been divided into year groups so educators can adapt accordingly:

Other Resources and Support For Safer Internet Day 

As well as this, the UK Safer Internet Centre has worked hard to make sure this year's Safer Internet Day can reach as many young people as possible. There are a number of things that supporters can do now in the run up to the day to help spread the message and learn more about exploring reliability online. The below resources are free to download and can help your community get involved.

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