Online Safety Week

During the second week of November, we looked at being safe online. During each day we looked at 10 minutes of internet safety.


Day One

We looked at what things we should and shouldn’t put on the internet. Looking at a video we saw the dangers of giving away personal details. We saw that people aren’t always who they say they are.


“We shouldn’t put our name online.”

“We shouldn’t tell people what school we go to”

“People can be mean online.”


Day Two

We looked at passwords and what makes a good one. Using a password checker you can see how long it would take a hacker to crack your password. We managed to make one that would take 6 years. Use the website, below and see if you can beat us.

“You should have upper and lower case letters.”

“We should add some money in.”


Day Three

We looked at being nice. We noticed that sometimes when people were behind a keyboard they might be meaner than they would be face to face. We discussed that we should only say things online that we would say in person.


“If you have nothing nice to say, don’t say anything.”

“People have been mean to me before.”


Day Four

We looked at who we should talk to if someone is mean or we see something inappropriate online.  We also discussed that if we upset that we shouldn’t wait to tell someone we should tell them straight away.


“We could talk to our parents.”

“We could get a friend to help us tell someone.”