We are really pleased to have hosted a recent visit from Google as part of a new eSafety initiative called The Legends Tour. The tour is travelling around the country to teach young people four practical tips for having fun and staying safe online.
Pupils have taken part in an interactive 30 minute assembly that we hope will have inspired them to stay safe while enjoying time online. We would like you to encourage them to use what they have learned at home by asking them about the Legends’ Code.
The Legends’ Code
1. Think before you share
Your child learned about how quickly things can be shared online and why it’s important to only share things they’d be happy for everyone to see.
2. Protect your stuff
Your child learned what tools are available to keep their stuff safe online – passwords, privacy settings and more – and why they are so important.
3. Check it’s for real
Your child learned that not everything you see online is true and heard some tips for spotting online scams. We told your child that if they’re not sure about something, they should always check with you.
4. Respect each other
Your child heard about how important it is to treat other people the way they want to be treated online. They learned how to report bad behaviour and abuse.
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