Safer Internet Day 2021: Ways for schools and other settings to celebrate remotely
This Safer Internet Day we want to support all settings and young people in exploring the theme, ‘An internet we trust: exploring reliability in the online world.’
With many young people now learning remotely, we have produced four documents giving an overview of the exciting resources available. This means all young people can join in the celebrations for Safer Internet Day, wherever they are.
Free to download, these resources look at the topic of reliability online, and the ways that young people can tell fact from fiction whilst spending time on the internet.
Available in English and Welsh, the resources have been created to be used by educators across the UK, to help children and young people aged 3-18 learn about online safety issues.
Now educators can also access additional guidance on how to easily adapt and deliver the resources to support young people of different ages who are learning remotely:
Other ways to get involved in the day
With just three weeks to go until Safer Internet Day there are a few ways you can get involved in the day:
- Register as a supporter
Register as a supporter and join hundreds of organisations across the UK on the supporters’ list. If you have already registered, then encourage other organisations to sign up too.
- Let’s create #AnInternetWeTrust
Join the #AnInternetWeTrust social media campaign – download our template and create your own design!
- Download and share the resources
Take a look at the great resources on the UK Safer Internet Centre website, including Education Packs, Films, top tips and more!
- Test your Online Safety knowledge with our Quiz
Why not challenge your family to take the Safer Internet Day 2021 interactive quiz? From fact checking to sponsored content, test your online safety skills with our brand new quiz.