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Thinkuknow have created age differentiated (4 years – 14+), short activities for parents to complete with their children.

 Click on the links below:

This page also provides useful information aimed at parents of primary age children from a variety of agencies including the Child Exploitation and Online Protection agency (CEOP) who work with law enforcement to keep all children safe online.

National Online Safety Parent Guides


Safer Internet Day


Safer Internet Day 2024 will take place on the Tuesday 6th February 2024, with celebrations and learning based around the theme:

Inspiring change? Making a difference, managing influence and navigating change online’.


Safer Internet Day is the UK’s biggest celebration of online safety. Each year we cover an online issue or theme that speaks to the things young people are seeing and experiencing online. Created in consultation with young people across the UK, this year Safer Internet Day will be focusing on change online, this includes covering:

  • Young people’s perspective on new and emerging technology
  • Using the internet to make change for the better
  • The changes young people want to see online
  • The things that can influence and change the way young people think, feel and act online and offline

Coordinated in the UK by the UK Safer Internet Centre, the celebration sees thousands of organisations get involved to promote the safe, responsible and positive use of digital technology for children and young people.




Safer Internet Day 2023

Safer Internet Day 2023 will take place on Tuesday 7th of February 2023, with celebrations and learning based around the theme:

Want to talk about it? Making space for conversations about life online’.


Coordinated in the UK by the UK Safer Internet Centre, the celebration sees thousands of organisations get involved to promote the safe, responsible and positive use of digital technology for children and young people.


In the UK, we are celebrating by putting children and young people’s voices at the heart of the day and encouraging them to shape the online safety support that they receive.


That is why we are asking parents, carers, teachers, government, policymakers, and the wider online safety industry to take time to listen to children and young people and make positive change together.


This year we are hoping to answer the following questions:

  • What issues really matter to children and young people?
  • What changes do they want to see?
  • How can we all work together to advocate for them moving forward?


With your help, Safer Internet Day 2023 can be a springboard for conversations that shape how we talk about and respond to online issues, not just for one day, but throughout the whole year.

For further information about safer internet day 2023 please follow this link:




NSPCC certificate 'Speak out, Stay safe' - June 2022

Spring Term 2022 - Safer Internet Day

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8th February 2022 was Safer Internet Day. All year groups did a variety of activities linked to the theme All fun and games? Exploring respect and relationships online’. This video shows some of the work year 6 did, and what they thought about it


Tuesday 9th February 2021 was Safer Internet Day! 
This is a day celebrated across the globe in over 170 countries, with thousands of children joining in across the UK. 
It’s a day when we celebrate all the great things about being online and remind ourselves how we can stay safe. 

The theme was:

An internet we trust: exploring reliability in the online world


For further information about safer internet day 2021 please follow this link:

Safer Internet Day 2021

2019- 2020

In March 2020, Be Internet Legends visited our school. Follow the link to play the internet safety game that they introduced to us!






What is a Google Be Internet Legends assembly?

The Google Be Internet Legends assembly teaches Key Stage 2 pupils the skills they need to be safe and confident explorers of the online world. It is completely free and is part of a larger programme, featuring a free PSHE Association-accredited curriculum pack, family resources and free online game. The assemblies are delivered by Parent Zone, with training teams delivering assemblies into primary schools all across the UK. 



What areas of learning does the Google Be Internet Legends assembly cover?

The assembly focused on the five core pillars of the Be Internet Legends educational programme, incorporating characters from an imaginary world called Interland. The pillars are:

  • Be Internet Sharp: Centred around the importance of thinking before sharing, evaluating whether a piece of information is private or not, and bearing in mind who will be able to see what is shared.
  • Be Internet Alert: Teaching pupils how to spot phishing scams and how to report them, be able to tell what is real and what is fake, and to think critically about information found online.
  • Be Internet Secure: Focused on keeping personal information safe by creating unique passwords, combining characters, numbers and symbols.
  • Be Internet Kind: Encourages pupils to spread positivity online, speak up against and report bullying, and teaches them how to identify inappropriate behaviour.
  • Be Internet Brave: About standing up when witnessing something inappropriate online, and to speak to a trusted adult about any concerns.

Lola – I liked how it was interactive and it was fun to learn about being safe online.

Libby – I liked that there was a game that they showed us and that they talked to the characters on the screen.

Lucia – I liked how we did the challenge times, they were fun.

Matei – I enjoyed all of it and learnt how to keep myself safe online.

Daisy – I liked how there are different islands which you can visit.

Paige – I liked how you could defeat the bullies.

Be kind online

SAFER INTERNET DAY 2020 - 11th February 2020

Safer Internet Day 2020 will be celebrated globally with the theme 'Together for a better internet'. This year in the UK, the focus will be on how young people explore and express their identify online.

Free to be me: Exploring identity online


Safer Internet Day is designed to empower young people to take control of their digital lives. For 2020 we are putting the focus on online identity and asking young people to consider whether they and their peers are truly free to be themselves online. Within school, children will access a range of resources, including films, assemblies and various in class activities to help them navigate the issue of online identity in a digital age in a safe, responsible and respectful way.


Please have a look at the video link and weblink  below for further information: