Cybersafety – Get the Message!

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Do you know how to stay safe on the internet?

Here are some great ideas shared by 3JS, 3KH, 2LO and 2KT on

Make Beliefs Comix.

(You can read them better if you press the full screen button)

Grade 3JS

 To see the full 26 slides click HERE

Grade 3KH

 To see the full 26 slides click HERE

Grade 2LO

To see the full 27 slides click HERE 

Grade 2KT

To see the full 27 slides click HERE

Leave  a comment to tell us a cyber-safety message of your own.

A ‘Comic’ Response to Capacity

Grade 2KT have been learning about 

To reflect on their understanding of what CAPACITY means they were asked to record their responses using Make Beliefs Comix.

Here are two great examples.

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Click on the links below to see slideshows of comics with some great Cybersafety messages.

Grade 2KT   Grade 2LO   Grade 3JS   Grade 3KH

Are you safe on the internet?

Today we welcomed Greg from  who spoke to the year 6 students, the staff and the parents about being safe on the internet.

Did you know . . .

  • that Instagram is more popular than Facebook with primary school students? (despite the age requirement being 13+)
  • that most children have never set their privacy settings to private? (this means that the photos they post can be displayed on Google images)
  • that approximately 40% of our year 6 children have been asked for personal details by someone online they do not know?
  • that the 3 most common passwords are – password, 123456 and 12345678? Using a weak password can increase the chances of being hacked and your personal details stolen.
  • that bystanders are very important in tackling cyberbullying because when they intervene or report it, bullying is more likely to stop?
  • that the photos you post online to friends you know can be screen-captured, saved and sent on to people you don’t know.
How Cybersmart are you?

 

Try the Cybersafety Kids Quiz here

 

The internet is a great place!
Let’s get ‘cyber smart’ and enjoy all the great things on it safely.