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Jack Procter-Blain

How 'e-safe' are your pupils?

To celebrate this year's Safer Internet Day, test your pupils' knowledge of common e-safety issues with this short quiz.

The quiz touches on some of the risks young people can face online, including:

  • sexting and the sharing of inappropriate images
  • sophisticated 'phishing scams' and untrustworthy apps
  • cyberbullying and online harassment. 

These questions will spark some valuable conversation in any e-safety lesson!

 

More from Optimus Education

To help schools promote a safer online environment for all children and young people, we've made the following resources freely available for Safer Internet Day.

E-safety: your top 7 questions answered

Help all staff 'be the change' by sharing this collection of commonly asked e-safety questions.

Engaging all pupils in an e-safety curriculum

Sheffield Safeguarding Children Board has been working on e-safety education for a number of years now. Whether the children are listening, however, is another matter altogether.

A to Z of e-safety: poster

Alan Mackenzie breaks down the ever-expanding world of online communication to give you a handy A-Z of e-safety.

Supporting older pupils

Our Safeguarding Teenagers: Supporting Mental Health & Protecting Young People Online conference will be the perfect opportunity to: 

  • network with leading practitioners and experts
  • attend a variety of keynotes and in-depth workshops
  • take away proven strategies to successfully protect older pupils online.

Register now to secure your place!

 

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