Prepared for life, not just exams

UK Safer Internet Centre is organising celebrations and learning based around the theme ‘Want to talk about it?

Getting young people to engage in open and honest conversations about their life online helps us, as adults, understand how they engage with the internet.  This in turn can make the a safer place for everyone.

The aim of Safer Internet Day (SID) in the UK for 2023  is to ‘inspire a national conversation about using technology responsibly, respectfully, critically and creatively’.

360’s innovative  new programme interactively tackles this in the classroom, using VR as a catalyst to those all important conversations about how, when and why we use the internet.  Social media, meeting internet ‘friends’ and peer on peer abuse through photo sharing are three of the key areas explored in the 360 programme.  Working on the programme requires young people to draw on their core  behaviours from resilience, to creative and critical thinking, as well as key on life skills such as questioning and problem solving.

Check out the following missions in the VR

For KS2

  • Star Struck

For KS3

  • Informer/Informed
  • Fighting Fires
  • Texting Text
  • The Last Laugh

If you haven’t signed up to 360 yet, go to the sign up page to see if you are eligible for a fully funded place.
For more information about Safer Internet Day head here.

The BBC are also producing a ‘live lesson’ on Tuesday 7th of February at 11am aimed at 7-11 year olds – follow here

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