With the winter holidays and increased screen time approaching, now is the perfect moment to dive into activities from the Brave pillar pack. It teaches pupils when to block, report or talk to a trusted adult if they've encountered something upsetting online.
Children have been conditioned by the idea of not ‘telling tales,’ so these activities help them understand the difference between ‘telling’ and getting help. For instance, Activity 5 provides scenarios for both the 7-9 and 9-11 age groups that challenge them to think about when they should ask for support.
If you’d like children to continue their Be Internet Legends journey over the winter break – and get parents involved too – the Interland game is fun and free to play at home. It has challenging levels exploring Sharp, Alert, Secure and Kind pillars – and pupils can even save their scores. visit; https://beinternetawesome.withgoogle.com/en_uk/interland