Cranbrook E-Safety Ambassadors

 

What we do: 

 

  • Help others to be safer online 
  • Talk to children across the school after safety concerns they might have 
  • Keep parents and Governors up to date on current E-safety topics 
  • Promote safer internet day and help plan activities 
  • Help plan and co-ordinate E-Safety assemblies and events  

 

See below for top tips for keeping safe online, written by the E-Safety Ambassadors:

Tana:

Keep privacy settings on phone apps and your computer on max. Ask an adult or an ambassador if you need help. 

Ismail:

When playing online, only speak to people you know are your friends in real life. 

 

Rosa:

Do not meet anyone in real life who you only know online.

Fearne:

Remember if you are being cyber bullied it isn’t your fault. Speak to a trusted adult at home or at school. 

Amber:

Do not click on pop-ups you don’t understand. They may download a virus to your phone, tablet or computer.

 

Ella-Jai:

Be careful about what you post on social media. Make sure your privacy settings are high. 

Finley:

Never give any personal information such as your name, age or where you live to anyone online. . 

Paige:

Block the numbers of people who send nasty messages.