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Staying Safe On Computers And The Internet
Computers and the internet are great fun if we all use them correctly.

Staying Safe On Computers And The Internet

This quiz addresses part of the requirements of the National Curriculum KS1 for children aged 5 and 6 in years 1 and 2 in Computing. Specifically it looks at staying safe on the internet, what to do and where to get help and advice. It is one of 20 quizzes to help you find out about how computers work, and how they affect all our lives.

Computers are great to use. The internet can help you do your homework, and has lots and lots of information. But staying safe is important. You need to take care. We all do. Just like you have to be careful who you talk to, and have to be careful crossing the road, so you have to take care on the internet. Who would you ask for help and advice on staying safe? Your parents or teacher could give advice. But be careful who you speak to on the web. This quiz is about some of the ways you can take care and stay safe on computers, phones and gadgets.

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1.
Luke’s teacher asks, “If in doubt, what should you do?”

What is the correct answer?
Nothing.
Keep going.
Tell a grown-up you trust straight away.
Never use computers or the internet.
Computers and the internet are great, if we all use them properly. Have fun and stay safe using apps, games and the internet
2.
Harry is using a computer game. He has to make up a username. What should he do?
Tell everyone about it.
Only tell someone he knows and trusts.
Give the username to everybody.
Forget the username.
Keep your username secret. If you have to tell anyone, only tell someone you know and trust
3.
Katie is 7 years old. She has a friend in Australia. Her friend is called Annie. Annie is also 7 years old.

Katie wants to chat to Annie online. What should Katie do first?
Ask her Mum, Dad or carer before she goes online.
Go online anyway.
Not tell anyone.
Nothing.
Always ask first
4.
If Luke hears something on a computer or a phone that makes him worried or scared, what should he do?
Nothing.
Keep going.
Tell a friend at school.
Tell a grown-up he trusts.
Always tell a grown-up you trust, like your Mum, your Dad or your teacher
5.
If Luke sees a website that makes him worried or scared, what should he do?
Tell a grown-up he trusts.
Ignore it.
Keep using it.
Tell a friend at school.
Always tell a grown-up you trust, like your Mum, your Dad or your teacher
6.
Keep your password a secret. What does this mean?
Do not tell anyone your password.
Tell everyone your password.
Forget your password.
Do not use passwords.
You often have to use passwords. Keep them a secret. You can tell your Mum, Dad or carer - then they can help if something goes wrong
7.
Tom likes playing computer games. Tom plays some computer games online. What should Tom do?
Stop playing computer games altogether.
Only play games online with people he knows and trusts.
Never go online.
Go online anytime.
Tom tells his Mum and his Dad what he is doing, and who he is playing with
8.
Luke wants to use the internet to help him do his homework. What should he do?
Ask a grown-up he trusts to help him use the internet.
Not do his homework.
Not use the internet.
Tear up his homework.
Do you sometimes use the internet to help you do your homework?
9.
Ella likes sending messages to her friends. Ella has a new friend. She wants to send her a message. What should Ella do?
Ella should ask her Mum, Dad or carer first.
Ella should hurry up sending a message.
Ella should not tell anyone about her new friend.
Ella should stop sending messages altogether.
Ella asks her Mum, Dad or carer first
10.
Olivia is at school. Her teacher is talking to the class about staying safe. The teacher says, “Do not tell anyone who you don’t know your personal information.”

What does the teacher mean by personal information?
Only your name.
Only your address.
Only the name of your school.
Your name, address, date of birth, phone number, and your school.
Never give any of this information to anyone you do not know and trust
Author:  David Bland

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