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Internet Safety:

  • Always Ask Permission: Always ask a teacher before using the internet, especially for new websites or apps.

  • Stay Private: Never share personal information online, such as your full name, address, phone number, or school name. Keep your passwords secret and don’t share them with anyone except trusted adults.

  • Think Before You Click: Be cautious when clicking on links, opening emails, or downloading files. If something seems suspicious or unfamiliar, ask an adult for help.

  • Use Safe Websites: Stick to websites and apps that are age-appropriate and trusted by parents or teachers. Avoid websites with inappropriate content. (rest assured, websites accessed are only those on the list to access by admin.)

  • Be Kind Online: Treat others with respect and kindness in all online interactions. Avoid cyberbullying and report any bullying behavior to a trusted adult.

  • Know When to Log Off: Take regular breaks from screens and know when it’s time to log off. Spending too much time online can be unhealthy.

  • Be Honest: If you see something online that makes you feel uncomfortable or scared, don’t be afraid to talk to a trusted adult about it. They are there to help keep you safe.

  • Respect Copyright: Don’t download or share copyrighted material without permission. This includes music, videos, images, and software.

  • Keep Communication Open: Keep an open line of communication with your teachers or guardians about your online activities. If you have any questions or concerns, don’t hesitate to talk to them.

By following these rules, you can enjoy the benefits of the internet safely and responsibly! Below you will find a link to resources for Internet safety for children from GCF Global. We highly recommend going through these at home together: 

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