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Online Content and Me


Online Content and Me

Behaviour, Communication, Health and wellbeing

Celebrate Safer Internet Day 2024 with new resources about online safety and how online content can be positive, negative or neutral.

This resource explores how online content affects how we behave, how to think critically about who creates online content (and why) and who we can talk to when we're unsure about the things we see online.

The resources in this pack have been created with the support of UK Safer Internet Centre and Childnet.

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Learning outcomes

Pupils will be able to :

  • understand that online content can affect how we think, feel and behave
  • think critically about who has created online content and why they created it
  • list some positive ways to respond if they are unsure about the content they see, including talking to a trusted adult.


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Online Content and Me Presentation

Pupils explore how online content makes them feel and who creates it. They discuss a variety of online scenarios and consider how they would respond.