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Online Safety poster competition 


To celebrate 'Safer Internet Day' and to raise awareness of online safety, BOSS group (Brinscall Online Safety Support) are holding a poster competition, which is open to all the children.

The competition was introduced during worship (6th Feb) with the details below in the newsletter (12th Feb).


  • The closing date is Tuesday 3rd March, giving everyone plenty of time to get busy with their designs!
  • Entries to be posted in the box in the entrance hall.
  • The winner will be announced on Friday 6th March.
  • Your poster should be designed on plain A4 sized paper and can be portrait or landscape.
  • Remember to put your name and year group on the back.
  • Your poster should include a slogan or message about staying safe on the internet.
  • Think about how you will make your message and any pictures clear, so they stand out.

BOSS Group

Brinscall Online Safety Support Group


Welcome to our Online Safety page.

Members of our BOSS Group.


Year 2 



Year 3



Year 4 



Year 5



Year 6




On Safer Internet Day, Mr Dunn from the NSPCC came into our school and met with BOSS group. He showed us the clip below and talked to us about how to stay safe online.

Lucy and the Boy (NSPCC Resource)

BOSS group shared this video with their classes and talked to them about things which are not safe to share online.

Here are quotes from the children about what they learnt.


but don't delete,


or meet.


Safe - Stay safe.

Meet - Don't meet up.

Accept - Accepting emails, files, pictures and texts from people you don't know can be dangerous.

Reliable - Check information before you believe it. People may not be telling the truth. 

Tell - Tell someone.


Don't share information about yourself.


You can share sweets, toys, games and books with your friends.


Share things like games and things like that. You can't share names or personal things with people you don't know. 


Don't tell people where you live or what your phone number is.


If someone texts you and you don't know them, tell an adult. 


If something pops up on screen that you don't like, tell an adult. 


Don't message people you don't know or trust on the internet or give them your e-mail address. 


If someone you don't know sends you an inappropriate or mean message, tell your parents and report it. 


Never meet people over the screen.


Don't say swear words on the internet.


Adults could be pretending to be kids.





Watch the videos below to remind you how to stay safe online.

SID TV 2019: Zap and Zoom - A Space Race - film for 3-7 year olds

KS1 Zap and Zoom help young children who are playing a video game at home.

Stay Safe On The Internet - Primary Educational Music

Listen to the song and join in if you can!

SID TV 2019: Data Detective - play-through

KS2 Explore a virtual house while learning about consent online and the ways in which their information might be shared online.

Talk PANTS with Pantosaurus and his PANTS song #TalkPANTS

Meet Pantosaurus - our pant-wearing Dino! He wants every child to stay safe and strong, just like him, and he's on a mission to share an important message.

Worried or upset?

Are you worried about something you've seen online or the way someone has been communicating with you online? You can always talk to a trusted adult, or if you feel that you are unable to do this then click on the CEOP picture above to report this.