Internet Safety toolkit

The Mentally Healthy Schools toolkit is packed with practical, quality-assured resources to help keep children safe online. This free toolkit includes lesson plans, activities, quizzes and animations, as well as helpful guidance to share with parents. It covers topics such as social media, cyberbullying, gaming and website use and is appropriate for KS1 and KS2.

  • Author Mentally Healthy Schools
  • Format Toolkit • Lesson plan • Video • Information and guidance • Website • Lesson plans • Assembly plans • Online activities • Classroom activities • Free • Website free
  • Author Mentally Healthy Schools
  • Format Toolkit • Lesson plan • Video • Information and guidance • Website • Lesson plans • Assembly plans • Online activities • Classroom activities • Free • Website free

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