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Do you know how to stay safe on the internet? Is your profile private? Do you know what an internet troll is?

As our lives become more digital, safety online is becoming more important. DangerPoint are able to offer tailored Internet Safety Training which will focus on the issues that face us within the digital world, keeping you up-to-date and current with all things internet safety.


 In previous sessions, the issues below have been explored:

  • How the internet has evolved
  • Exploring Internet Safety Issues
  • Cyberbullying & Trolling
  • Strategies to manage internet safety issues




      Here are some great solutions if you get bullied online:

      1.TELL AN ADULT YOU TRUST if you are upset or worried about something that has happened           to you.

       2.If you feel in danger phone 999 to speak to the police. They will make sure you are safe.

       3.If you don’t feel there is anyone you can talk to, there are people at Childline who will always                   listen to you. They won’t tell anyone else about what you’ve said, which means you can feel safe             talking to them.

How Can we help?


 You can still have fun on the internet  whilst having fun ! So here are some great tips for you: 

 Never give out your real name • Never tell anyone where you go to school • Only meet someone from a chatroom in a public place with one of your parents or another adult. If they are genuinely who they say they are they will be happy to do this • Never give out your address or telephone number • Never agree to meet anyone from a chatroom on your own • Tell an adult if someone makes inappropriate suggestions to you or makes you feel uncomfortable online.

  Are you going to try?


• If the person tries to insist on having your address or phone number • If the person emails you pictures which make you feel uncomfortable and which you would not want to show to anyone else • If the person wants to keep their chats with you secret • If the person tells you that you will get into trouble if you tell an adult what has been going on • If the person emails you pictures which make you feel uncomfortable and which you would not want to show to anyone else • If the person wants you to email them pictures of yourself or use a webcam in a way which makes you feel uncomfortable • If the person shares information with you and tells you not to tell anyone else about it • If the person wants to meet you and tells you not to let anyone know

     danger signs...


Cyberbulling can happen at anytime and it can happen in the comfort of your own home. In today’s world kids are becoming more and more assessible to the internet and cell phones. Right now social networking sites are the biggest thing on the internet. People have the freedom to write whatever they want online for the world to see. It can also come in the form of an email, which emails can easily be forwarded to a lot of people very quickly. According to a I-Safe Inc. study, 42% percent of kids have been bullied online while 20% have had it happen on more than one occasion. The problem with cyberbullying is that you always dont know who it is. The person that is doing the harassing could be anonymous and really hard to track down. Not to mention a cyberbully could strike at any time, not just during recess on the playground.



  When and Where does cyber bulling 

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