Management Information Sheet

Save the date for Safer Internet Day! 7 February 2023

MI Sheet TypeInformation
To Be Completed By: 27/01/2023
MI Number:19/23
Publication Date:31/01/2023 10:00:00
LA Contact:Alice Ndiaye (01603774725)
Audience:All Staff

Save the date for Safer Internet Day! 7 February 2023

Promote Safer Internet Day 2023 by exploring the safe, responsible, and positive use of digital technology for children and young people. This year's theme is 'Want to talk about it? Making space for conversations about life online', providing a valuable opportunity to focus on online safety with your pupils.

There are lots of ways schools can get involved in Safer Internet Day.

Here are a range of fully-funded resources including assemblies, lesson plans, posters and a other quick activities (suitable for tutor times). There are activities for all ages and stages, available in a variety of languages.

Pupil voice activity: create an internet safety youth charter

The UK Safer Internet Centre are creating a national youth charter setting out children and young people's agenda and the changes they want to see in how they're supported online. This charter will be delivered to government and the internet industry. They are asking settings to create their own youth charters and have created a template to help do this.

Support families to help keep their children safe online

The events and resources listed below will help families talk to their children about safe internet use. Please promote them with families, adding the resource links to your website for future signposting.

The Norfolk Constabulary Safer Schools Team and their colleagues from PREVENT (Counter Terrorism), Cyber Security and the Safeguarding Children Online Team will be delivering two webinars about keeping children safe online during 7th February 2023. These webinars provide very important information for parents and carers and we hope to attract as many participants as possible and can be booked via Eventbrite.

Session One: 7 February 11:00 - 12:00
Session Two: 7 February 16:00 - 17:00

Advice for families from UK Safer Internet Centre here.

A film for parents and carers
About Safer Internet Day
Practical tips for starting a conversation about life online
How to talk about difficult topics
My child has said something worrying what can I do?
What do I do if something goes wrong?
How to make a report
Getting your child involved in internet safety
More about specific issues

Additional signposting to support families around online safety

Keeping children safe online | NSPCC
Parents and carers | CEOP Education (
Staying Safe Online (