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  • Jarrow Cross C of E Primary School
‘Living and Learning’
Value in Everyone

Thursday 25th February

Notes for parents/carers

This Safer Internet Day the UK Safer Internet Centre is celebrating the amazing range of information and opportunities online, and its potential to inform, connect and inspire us, whilst also looking at how young people can separate fact from fiction. The campaign focuses on how we can know what to trust online, whilst supporting young people to question, challenge and change the online world. It will explore how influence, persuasion and manipulation can impact young people’s decisions, opinions and what they share online. Click on the link above if you require any further information on Internet Safety for you or your child. 

Recap on E-Safety 

A few weeks ago, we had an E-Safety lesson so we knew how to keep safe at home when we were doing all of our online learning. Today, we are going to recap some of the rules we already know and to explore the theme from Safer Internet Day. 

 

Safer Internet Day 2021 was celebrated in the UK with the theme: 

An internet we trust: exploring reliability in the online world - so what does this mean? Can we always trust what is on the Internet?

 

Task 1 - watch video

Watch this video and think about what the people are trying to get you to do. Does it sound good? Does it make you want one? 

 

Task 2 - read the slides

Go through the PowerPoint. It is also saved as a PDF. 

 

Task 3 - Written work

Rewatch the video.  After reading through the PowerPoint do you see the videos a bit differently now? What are the motives of the people in the video?

 

Write down all of the motives that you think the people in the video have and why. (Use the motives listed in the PowerPoint)  Remember to quote your evidence. 

e.g. I saw a popup to subscribe to Ash's channel. Their motive was to get more likes and they might get paid because I do this. 

 

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