In my role as Internet Safety Officer, I originally did this presentation for an assembly, but have since used it to guide parents.
As a workshop with questions it takes about 45 minutes, but as an assembly you might need to take out some of the slides to fit your assembly timings.
There are notes in the slides if this is being presented by somebody who is not technical and the aim is to encourage discussion between parents and children.
This is an idea for an assembly.
It needs work and planning beforehand with a small number of children (min 4, max 8) depending in the depth of content you cover in the scenario and narrating of the scenario.
It worked particularly well because of the involvment of the kids.
There are two photocopiable worksheets and an information sheet which have been developed to work with the Franklin Watts title 'Let's read and talk about Internet Safety'. However, they also stand alone. There is a definitions worksheet looking at commonly-used cyber terms, an information sheet on ways to keep your passwords safe and some cyber dilemmas to consider.
Safer Internet Day 2013 is on Tuesday 5th February. This years theme is Online Rights and Responsibilities - Connect with Respect. Introduce the theme to your primary pupils with this assembly and supporting script.
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