This term, students are learning how to be cybersmart and staying safe online. 


At Annunciation Primary School we value cybersafety and have a number of initiatives taking place.

These initiatives teach and encourage children to be cybersmart.


Foundation - 2 Students
Students are using the Zippep's Astro Circus to learn about cybersaftey and THINK about what they are doing and how they are behaving online.
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Tell your Mum or Dad if you see something online that upsets you or if someone makes you feel unhappy. 

You can also talk to a trusted adult, like a teacher: they can help.


Hide your password.
Only ever share your password with your parents - never with your friends.

Someone else could go online pretending to be you and do something that could get you into trouble.

Interesting websites can be fun.
Check with Mum or Dad if a site is okay to use before you visit. 

Sometimes they can set up a list of good sites just for you.

Name calling or being mean is not cool and could be cyberbullying.
Be nice when talking online or over the phone.

Look out for yourself and for others.

Keep your special personal information safe.
Never give your real name, address or phone number to anyone, you don't know in the real world.

Use a nickname in chatrooms or when you play games on the computer.
Year 3 -6 Students
Students have been looking what makes a good and trusted website as as well as ways to avoid harmful interactions online. They have used the series #game on to look at cyber safety and the consequences of their actions


Other helpful links-

How to take a screen shot of your computer/device- 

How secure is your password?