Year 5 have been working on some E-safety acrostics and videos:
Everyone can be safe on the internet
Safe sites are on the web if you look for them
Anyone can lie to you on the web
Fun, it can be easy to hack
Even fun games can be bad
The popups can lie to you
You could be led to believe untrue things
Be safe on the Internet.
Everyone needs to be careful.
Smart means you know who you’re talking to.
Always tell mum or dad if you see something bad
Find a button to report a bullying post
Extra help your parents will give you on this
E – SAFETY RULES
Be safe online
E – Safety is important
Stay on sites you feel safe on.
Activate security settings on your devices.
Facebook isn’t entirely safe or legal for people under 13 years of age.
Educate people about cyber bullying. It’s not nice.
Efficiency is the key to being safe on the internet.
Safety is the most important thing to not being bullied.
Anyone can keep their personal details PRIVATE from cyber bullies.
Friends can help out as well as your teacher.
E-safety is the is the one thing you need to use to be safe.
Tell your parents at home and teachers at school about what has happened.
You need to watch what you put up on the Internet.
Education on the internet: for safety playing games where you talk to others
Stay on games suitable for your age
Act fast if you get cyber bullied so report it to the police
Frequently tell an adult if someone asks to meet up and do not go
E safety is important so you don’t get in trouble
Tell someone if you see something inappropriate
You are now safe online!
General advice from Nojus,David and Owen
Always type in the correct spelling .
Be careful what images you are looking at.
Never tell anyone online your personal details.
Computer facts could be a lie, look in a book instead
If something upsets you turn it off or shut it down.
Tell an adult what you site you are on.
Safety is the key especially when on the internet.
Anti-cyber bullying is what the world wants.
Feel as safe as you can be when using the Internet
Tell an adult if you see anything that worries you.
Everyone should feel safe on the Internet.
You don’t know who you’re giving information to.
Enjoy but be safe
Safety first so you can enjoy the Internet
Cyber bullies, they are nasty people so don’t be one!
Fun and games but be a sensible person and be nice
Tell your friends and family to be safe on the Internet
You never cyber bully, it’s a bad thing
Education teaches people to be safe on the Internet.
Safety should be important to you.
Anyone can steal your private information if you aren’t careful.
Friendship is sometimes not what it appears.
E-safety is important because anybody could be lying to you.
Try to follow this acrostic.
You should think about your actions and tell someone if you see something not appropriate.
Stay safe on the Internet.
After you have given away your information people can track you down.
Follow these rules to stay safe.
Tell your parents if there are any unpleasant things on the Internet.
Everyday you can be safe on the Internet with your parents knowledge.
Your parents are there for you everyday if you need their help.
Safety needs to be in your life.
Always be safe when you are on devices which enable you to go online.
Find,report and make sure people aren’t bulling you online.
Ensure you know these people you are talking to.
Take your chance to report cyber bullying.
You need to be safe online.
Every piece of info should be kept to yourself.
Some people go where they shouldn’t. Don’t be one of them.
A shocking idea: Do people know who you are?
Facebook and some other social network sites can use anything you write or ’post’. Don’t lie about your age to get on, you’re not missing anything!
E-safety is crucial- there are some bad people out there who want to find out who you are.
Try going on a moderated website; un-moderated can mean unsafe.
You are not always safe on a computer or electronic device.
Everyone can be safe online
Safe! Safe! Safe! You must be safe
Anyone could be a cyber bully
Friends could become influenced
Everyone needs to know the simple e-safety rules
People may be rude to you
Respect people you don’t know
Only talk to people you know
Tell if someone’s bullying you
E–safety is important so take care
Care for the people who help sort the problem
Be safe when using the Internet.
Enclosing cyber bullying is not needed.
Staying safe on any device is important.
Ask a parent if a site is safe or not.
Find a parent or guardian if you see an inappropriate website.
Ensure you’re on a safe website
Safety is important, so stick to it.
Anyone can HACK you. You don’t want that to happen.
Friendship isn’t always true on the web.
Try to keep safe.
You should never give away your private information.