Explore all the ways we can use the internet for living, learning and playing online.
Recognise emotions and discover how they can help us make safe choices when things go wrong.
Identify who we can turn to and ways to seek help when we are unsure or feel unsafe online.
Understand passwords keep our profiles safe and should be kept secure by never sharing with others.
Explore the similarities and differences for staying safe online versus offline.
Start the chat about making safe and appropriate choices in different online scenarios.
Consider some common school rules and social protocols, and explore why these are important.
Explore the concept of personal information and what is safe versus unsafe to share online.
Think about how we feel, taking action and seeking help when we feel negative emotions.
Categorise daily activities and discover ways that technology can be used to live, learn and play.
Explore the range of healthy habits and activities we all do in our daily lives.
Sort online and offline daily activities from most to least time spent using a healthy balance pyramid.
Identify key elements of being a good friend and share ideas for how to show kindness to others.
Recognise how small acts of kindness and positive encounters can make others feel happy and well.
Understand how others feel by reflecting on our own emotions and experiences.
Tune into the senses, identify how others feel and respond appropriately to be helpful to others.
Tune into emotions to help us stay safe and well online and S.T.A.R.T to take control.
Recognise the difference between our personal information and public information.
Explore the different spaces we go online and identify who might be able to see us.
Develop awareness for the need to set long and strong passwords for digital accounts.
Understand the similarities and differences between offline and online games.
Make appropriate behaviour choices when faced with various digital ethical dilemmas.
Recognise how the words we choose can affect how others perceive us and how it makes them feel.
Understand that what we share online may be made visible to anyone and can be permanent.
Recognise a range of emotions that we may experience online and discuss ways to manage these.
Put problems into perspective and consider practical ways to manage emotional responses.
Make healthy choices when participating in a variety of online activities.
Define peer pressure and learn to recognise when it might be happening to us.
Explore ways we can all contribute to the world around us, including helping others.
Recognise emotions in others and identify ways to support friends displaying negative emotions.
Experience the benefits of kindness and discover how acts of kindness can make others feel.
Develop an imperative to care about people, animals, places and objects in our world.
Uncover strategies to help remember long and strong passwords by creating passphrases.
Categorise the different spaces we can go online and what information is safe or unsafe to share.
Reflect on the range of modes and audiences when communicating via digital platforms.
Explore digital advertisements and competitions and recognise the common signs of online scams.
Discuss how we can recognise and demonstrate integrity when we connect, learn and play online.
Make ethical, sensible and respectful choices when connecting, learning and playing online.
Identify actions, traits and behaviours that may impact how others perceive us offline and online.
Check, evaluate and think critically about the information we read or observe online.
Categorise online activities as creation or consumption and start to find a balance.
Recognise a range of emotions and plan strategies to regulate the reactions to our emotions.
Define and describe exit strategies to respond to dealing with peer pressure (offline and online).
Identify actions that can make someone feel included and excluded offline and online.
Recognise personality traits in others to reflect upon the person they aspire to be.
Practice empathy by making deeper connections and recognising emotions in others.
Compare ourselves with a friend to see what we share in common and what makes us different.
Empathise with our peers and assess the outcome of our positive actions towards others.
Design long and strong passwords that are easy to remember but difficult for others to decipher.
Define and demonstrate online social etiquette that is respectful and courteous.
Discover privacy settings that can sharpen your security and reduce your visibility online.
Make good choices by selecting privacy settings to level up your digital safety and wellbeing.
Apply appropriate communication protocols for a range of online audiences.
Think critically about images that may have been filtered, manipulated or carefully curated online.
Develop a set of criteria to determine whether or not people uphold the value of integrity when online.
Discover who you are online and uncover behaviors that may impact one's perceived reputation.
Develop guidelines designed to help establish and maintain positive digital environments.
Empower young people to take control and create safe online communities for everyone to enjoy.
Reflect on the platforms you use online and how to be a strong, responsible digital citizen.
Find the balance by recognising pressures and expectations of being an online citizen
Identify the difference between banter and bullying both offline and online.
Reflect on and evaluate the positive and negative connotations behind the words we use.
Develop ethical principles to promote responsibility, integrity, strength and empathy as an online citizen.
Promote empathy and kindness through recognising positive qualities, traits and skills of others.
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