Tuesday, 5 February 2013

E Safety Day

E Safety is important.
Make sure you ONLY go on websites that are suitable for your age!
If you don't follow the rules and keep safe you might get bullied and that wouldn't be nice.

1. If a virus occures, always tell an adult you trust to come and sort it out. (DONT CLOSE IT)!!!!!!!
2. Keep all your personal infomation secret.
3. If any mean messages are sent to you click the Ce-op button on our blog!
4. Never be friends with someone you don't know!
5. Be polite to people on the internet and then they will be nice back to you.

You always need to stay safe on the internet!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Tash and Beth!!!!!!


  1. E safty is very important because it helps us not get in trouble.You can tell someone you dont know your addres and where your school is and might kiddnap you.

    I think we should all love E safty day because it helps you stay safe and protect yourself.Hope you listen to me.


  2. 0.E safety is when you learn how to stay safe on your computer. Antie bullying is when people bully you online and if that happens report it,tell your teacher or parent.For example if someone asks to be your friend you should not except it.If it is your friend you know and you trust them you can except it but still ask someone incase its a virus.
    from Molly Olivia Luke and Emily-jayne



  4. E-saftey is importent.
    Make sure you dont go websites that are not sutible for your age. Keep all you're personal information secret. Also ignore message's that you don't know who are from or that efend you in anway.Don't delete any messages tell your mum and dad to sort the message out.Be polite to people on the internet and they will be nice to you.

    By William and Jack

  5. Hi mr aiston i have some details for staying safe online.
    Don't give out your details on line. This includes your username, email, telephone number, pictures, where you live etc.

    Anything you give out usually stays on the internet for a long time and can't be deleted.

    Don't open emails or messages from people you don't know.

    If something is too good to be true, it usually is and is best ignored. Spam / junk mail usually contain tricks and lies.

    Don't open attachements in emails from people you don't know. They could contain viruses that could destroy your hard drive or install software that watches everything you do - spyware.

    Spyware watches for usernames, passwords, bank login details and more. The attachements could be images or movies for adults, not usually a good thing.

    People can easily lie and pretend to be someone they are not, don't do and say things that you wouldn't do offline in real life - it could get you into trouble.

    Don't meet up with strangers you meet online without an adult you can trust.

    If something happens that you don't like or makes you feel uncomfortable - tell someone - it's never too late.

    There are people who can help.

    Report online child abuse or find help and advice from people who really know what they are talking about and really do understand.