e Safety Books
Click on the links below to read a variety of books which deal with a nunber of e Safety issues.
#Goldilocks by Jeanne Willis
Click on the icon above to read an alternative version of the Goldilocks story. At first everyone loves Goldilocks’s online posts. But in her desperation to get more likes, more laughs and more hits, she crosses the line to snap some selfies, leaving her golden reputation in tatters. Main Themes Explored: Think Before You Post, Digital Reputation
Chicken Clicking by Jeanne Willis.
Click on the icon to read about Dot . The book explores the story of a little girl who is very good at using technology. She knows how to tap, swipe and share online, but seems to have forgotten to do things in the world – she then has fun exploring all the ways she can tap, swipe and share offline Main Themes: Having Fun In Both The Online And Offline World
But It's Just A Game!
Click on the icon above to read a short story based on Jasper, a young boy who is totally absorbed with playing online games. Without him realising, Jasper spends way too much time playing these online games and so the games start to take control of him….
Main Themes: Screen Addiction
Digiduck's Big Decision
Digiduck's Famous Friends
Click on the icon above to read a little more about Digiduck. In his latest story, Diogiduck and his classmates are set the task of finding out who their special guest will be at school today. Through chatting online and asking questions they try to decide who the mystery guest is. A lovely story which Key Stage 1 children will really enjoy.
Main Themes: Critical thinking, Reliability online.
Smartie The Penguin
Click on the icon above to join Smartie the penguin one one of his two adventur. Join in with Mummy Penguin’s song and follow the adventures of Smartie the Penguin as he learns how to be safe on the internet.
- Main Themes of first adventure: Pop ups and in app purchasing , inappropriate websites for older children and cyberbullying
- Main Themes of second adventure: Upsetting images, unreliable information, talking to strangers online