Safer Internet Day - Live Lesson

Help your pupils stay safe, sensitive and smart online

Safer Internet Day, coordinated by the UK Safer Internet Centre, is an annual celebration aiming to raise awareness of emerging online issues and concerns amongst young people, from cyberbullying to social networking to digital identity.

In this 30-minute Live Lesson in partnership with the UK Safer Internet Centre, aimed at primary-aged students and linked to the primary computing curriculum, we learn about how we can stay safe, responsible and wise in an increasingly digital world, with tips and advice from some of the biggest personalities on the web.

The lesson was made available on BBC Teach and on the CBBC channel on the morning of 9th February 2021 at 11am to view in school or at home, and we ran a live commentary page alongside the school day to showcase how you and your pupils marked Safer Internet Day.

Please note that the live commentary page for this Live Lesson is now closed and that we are no longer reviewing emails and messages from schools for inclusion in the lesson or on the page.

How to get involved:

Supporting resources from Twinkl

This Live Lesson is supported by free teaching resources from Twinkl, additional materials that can be used before and after the Live Lesson to help extend the learning. Download today using the links below:

Resources to support parents and carers

Read our live commentary page
Safer Internet Day - Panel discussion programme for teachers
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Safer Internet Day - Teaching Resources
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Quiz: What should you do if you receive these messages?