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Digital Leaders

Hello ...we are Westerhope Primary School's Digital Leaders!



Being safe on the internet is an important thing. This page will tell you everything you need to know about staying safe on the internet while still having lots of fun!!!!!


Personal Details


Details are privet contact passwords. If someone asks for your details -phone numbers, emails, - ignore if possible but if it gets serious talk to a responsible adult or one you can trust.


Cyber Bullying 


Cyber bullying is a horrible thing to experience. Talking to people about your problems will really help with your mental health because with all that pressure on your shoulders it effects your mental state and then leads to bigger problems. It also makes you feel as if giving up on life is the best option... trust me there are people are here to help you get through the worst of times. :)


Don't Be Fooled 


If you get an unknown person Email, call or text you don't answer/reply. This could lead to problems such as loosing money or getting the device they contacted you hacked/bugged. This is most common with Emails. Another way they could get onto your device is by simply saying you won an amount of money and telling you to click on the message. Keep this in mind if you ever get a message, Email or phone call.




S. is for safe ; remember to stay safe online. 

M. is for meeting ; you shouldn't meet up with a stranger from online.

A. is for accepting ; do not accept strangers requests online.

R. is for reliable ; things said on the internet may not be true.

T. is for tell ; if you are upset about something on the internet tell a trusted adult or friend about it.