Welcome to the UK Safer Internet Centre, where you can find
e-safety tips, advice and resources to help children and young people stay safe
on the internet.
Safer Internet Day 2016 will take place on 9th February
2016. Find out more and get involved!
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Thanks to over a thousand organisations who played their part to help make
SID2016 the biggest one yet. Find out more about what
happened across the UK.
Afon Taf High School are celebrating SID16 through a
number of challenges both for pupils and parents. Events will also be held for
the wider community.
We are holding an e-Safety afternoon for parents on 8th
February. Pupils will take part in an e-Safety workshop on this afternoon. We
are also holding an e-Safety poster competition.
We are taking part in the UK Safer Internet Centre's
London event on Safer Internet Day and visiting 10 Downing Street to share how
we are playing our part for a better internet.
We are working with a small group of children who will
be the Digital Leaders & lead the e -safety assembly. They are also
researching activities for their peers.
LFC Foundation are proud to support Safer Internet Day
by delivering a training workshop at Anfield Stadium for children from
Merseyside and by promoting the key messages to all our partner
All students will participate in online safety quiz, we
will send internet safety information leaflets to parents, have internet
safety displays, a poster competition and an internet safety presentation
running in school foyer.
At Culvers House all children and staff will be coming
together to help create a safer, more positive internet for
Children will be having lessons about internet safety,
completing activities online, watching videos about how to stay safe &
discussing current problems online. Parents will also be
For Safer Internet Day 2016 each of our homes are
putting together an awareness poster and we will have an external speaker
visit our young people to facilitate some group work on safer internet use.
All of the young people and staff will contribute to the awareness poster and
our children in care council will also discuss the topic for their upcoming
We are holding a whole school assembly at both Park and
Stirling sites which will be run by our Digital Leaders. We have lessons
planned and posters around the school.