Safer Internet Day - Teaching Resources
A collection of teaching resources that can be used to explore online safety with both primary and secondary pupils.
Below you'll find resources from BBC Teach as well as links to content from BBC Own It, a website for children aged 7-12 that explores how they can make the most of their online life, safely and happily. Own It aims to ensure that children aren't scared, but prepared.
You can also explore BBC Own It's new teaching resources for Safer Internet Day 2022, which can be used to teach online safety lessons across a range of topics.
These resources can be used to educate pupils on using technology safely, respectfully and responsibly. They could also help pupils recognise acceptable and unacceptable behaviour online, as well helping them to identify ways of reporting concerns about content and contact.
Live discussion programme
You can also join us from 20:00 on Tuesday, 1 February 2022 for a live panel discussion programme for primary school teachers and education professionals on teaching children about digital literacy and online safety.
This is an opportunity to share ideas and best practice, particularly around the theme of Safer Internet Day 2022 – All fun and games? Exploring respect and relationships online. The panel will be hosted by Naomi Wilkinson and will include teachers and experts such as Jess McBeath – an online safety expert with the UK Safer Internet Centre. Click or tap here for more information.