Packed with practical tips, these attention-grabbing posters outline essential rules for safety on the Internet
Internet use has become almost universal amongst all ages and populations. It is essential for pupils, both primary and secondary: for research; for homework; for checking facts. It is also now used extensively by everyone, but particularly children and young people, for communicating with friends; for arranging social lives; playing online games either alone or with others; following what friends are doing.
This set of posters outlines and reinforces 8 basic rules:
- Stay anonymous!
- Think before you post
- Are they real?
- Feeling uncomfortable
- Believe … NOT!
The pack includes:
15 copies of the Top Tips for Internet Safety A3 colour poster which can be put up around the school in classrooms and strategic spots.
A laminated A4 black-and-white poster that can be photocopied and handed out to pupils.
Three FREE CD-Roms which contain printable A4 copies of the poster and an A4 guide for parents and teachers providing useful websites, information, help and further advice.
Suitable for all ages.