PSHCE is a really important area of the curriculum as it looks at all areas of your personal well being and mental health.
Click the link below and choose your year group to access some activities.
Staying Safe Online
We can make sure we are staying safe when using the internet using a traffic light system.
STOP (red light): when faced with a situation where we are being asked for personal information
THINK (orange light) is it ok to share this information? What information is being asked? Who is asking for it? Have I checked with an adult?
GO (green light): I have checked with an adult, I know what information is safe to share
You must follow these rules when using the internet.
STOP – before sharing:
- your full name
- photos of yourself that may identify where you are, or name of school
- full address
- name of your school or place of work
- full date of birth
- card numbers (credit, debit etc.)
- phone numbers
- and before accepting friend requests on social networks from people you have never met.
THINK – before sharing:
- email addresses (especially if they contain the name of your school or workplace, or your full name)
- names of places you frequently visit or sporting teams you are in
- your post code
- information in online quizzes or surveys as these could be gathering private information that may be used in identity theft.
- if the information you are sharing is not too personal
- after checking with a trusted adult first.
THE FORM BELOW IS ASKING FOR SOME PERSONAL INFORMATION.
USE THE TRAFFIC LIGHTS; STOP THINK GO TO HELP YOU DECIDE WHICH INFORMATION ON THE FORM WOULD BE SAFE TO SHARE.
Use what you have learnt from STOP THINK GO to design a poster to explain to others how to stay safe online.
OR why not have a go at writing a poem advising others how to stay safe online.