Blessed Robert Sutton Pupils have been discussing their use of the Internet during tutor time this morning as part of our Safer Internet Day approach.
This year the UK Safer Internet Centre’s focus is on “whether young people feel free to be themselves online. How young people manage their online identity, and how the internet shapes how they think of themselves and others”.
As well as discussing social media, Pupils have also completed the Safer Internet Day 2020 Quiz.
Parents & Carers – How can you help your Young Person #StaySafeOnline?
Using Online Guides to Internet, Gaming and Social Media are extremely useful. They can help you restrict access to uncensored material and only allow access to age appropriate content. We have made a number of Guides available on internet, gaming and social media platforms on the following link – https://www.robertsutton.staffs.sch.uk/index.php/internet-safety-keep-your-child-safe-online/
Parents & Carers – Do you understand the Internet Acronyms used Online?
It is advised that you understand what the Internet Acronyms in this list stand for so you can be extra vigilant whilst your Young Person uses the Internet. Please note the seriousness of some of these acronyms.
|BYOD||Bring Your Own Device|
|LOL||Laugh Out Loud|
|ROFL||Rolling On the Floor Laughing|
|OMG||Oh My God|
|TBH||To Be Honest|
|IRL||In Real Life|
|YOLO||You Only Live Once|
|SMH||Shaking My Head|
|ASL||Age, Sex, Location|
|PAL||Parents Are Listening|
|GNOC||Get Naked On Camera|
|WTTP||Want To Trade Pictures|
|FYEO||For Your Eyes Only|
|TDTM||Talk Dirty To Me|
|LMIRL||Lets Meet In Real Life|