Internet Safety and Cyberbullying Workshop for Primary Schools

Barnardos Internet Safety and Cyberbullying workshop has been developed based on research, current thinking and best practice in relation to promoting online safety among children. The workshop for children is highly interactive.

The aim of the workshop is to promote online safety and positive behaviour online.

Children are increasingly spending large amounts of their time online. There is a lack of robust research on online activity among primary aged children.

However a Survey conducted by the National Anti-Bullying Research and Resource Centre in 2016 found that over 50% of children aged 6-8 years old have access to a computer with internet.

Each teacher will receive a pack with activities they can do with their class promoting Internet Safety and Cyberbullying.

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Duration: 60 minutes
Classes: 3rd to 6th
Group size: Class size (up to 35)
Contact: Training Team
Phone: 01-4530355

Workshop Outcomes

Children will be able to:

  • List ways to keep themselves safe online
  • Describe positive online behaviour
  • Explain what cyberbullying is
  • Recognise how cyberbullying effects someone
  • Explore what to do if they or their friends experience cyberbullying or negative content

    This workshop includes interactive methodologies facilitating the active participation of all children.

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