|Never tell a stranger who I am or where I live||This means don't give out your name, number, address or information that might identify you, even if they seem to be friendly. Tell your teacher or parent if someone asks you for this information and remember never send pictures of yourself to strangers online.|
|You can say NO!||Don't let others talk you into doing something on the internet your parents wouldn't want you to do. Remember your responsibilities... you may need to say NO, in order to do the right thing.|
|Keep a safe distance from strangers||No matter where you are on the internet, remember you are in a place where there are many people who can freely come and go. The internet is like a big city. Some of these people will be strangers, so follow safety rules with these, as you would in real life.There are good and bad people on the internet, so keep strangers at a distance. On the internet, that means only do what your teachers or parents say is OK to do.|
|Tell!||Tell your teacher or parent if you see something you think you shouldn't. Remember, bad things on the internet are not YOUR fault. Tell and your parent or teacher will know what to do about it.|
|Use safe search||Safe search is on our website - use it! If you know other sites, please tell your teacher before you look at them.|
Now, don't forget our Fronter Charter! Do you remember your rights and responsibilities?
Let me remind you of them....
Think U Know? www.thinkuknow.co.uk/
Home Office site for pupils and parents explaining Internet dangers and how to stay in control.
Childnet International http://www.childnet-int.org/publications/resources.aspx
Hector's World for (Children in KS 1 and 2) http://www.thinkuknow.co.uk/5_7/hectorsworld/