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'When one-year-olds can find Peppa Pig on YouTube, educating about online safety must start as early as possible.'
Want to discover what the Be Internet Legends scheme of work contains?
Thomas, 7, discovered Google's Be Internet Legends curriculum during computing class, and fell in love with characters and lessons about digital wellbeing. He explains what he thinks of the lesson plans, online game and how it feels to be a Google-certified Internet Legend!
Emma Lewell-Buck, the Shadow Minister for Education (Children & Families), gives her thoughts on the Be Internet Legends scheme of work.
As the Be Internet Legends assembly travels the UK, from Cornwall to Scotland, we look at some of the legendary schools we have visited so far.
‘The most important thing about Be Internet Legends is that it’s simple for children to follow and for schools to teach’
Parent Zone trainer Jenny Skeets explains how she delivers the Google Be Internet Legends programme to Key Stage 2 pupils across the UK.
Jacob Woolcock, computing teacher for Penpol Primary School in Cornwall, explains how the Be Internet Legends scheme of work is transforming his school’s approach to internet safety education.
Google and Parent Zone worked together to create Be Internet Legends - a free internet safety resource for primary schools. Qualified teacher and Parent Zone writer Marjun Ziarati talks about our work on the project.