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Find out about cyber bullying in this quiz.

Cyber Bullying

This KS2 PSHE quiz will help you differentiate between cyber bullying and playground bullying. It will also help you understand what you should do if you suspect you or someone you know is being cyber bullied.

Cyber bullying is a specific type of bullying that takes place online. Due to the nature of cyber bullying, some people do not realise they are being a bully or are being bullied - but if the behaviour online is repeatedly done with the desire to cause emotional distress to another person then it is still bullying. Cyber bullying is just as serious as bullying that takes place on the street and in the playground and it must be stopped. Both the police and schools have policies and procedures for dealing with cyber bullying to make sure that the actions are reported, the behaviours are stopped and the victim is supported. Just because you are unable to see if a person is upset by a message or a picture being shared, doesn’t mean they aren't upset. It is also important to understand that by liking cruel comments or sharing mean videos online, you are contributing to the bullying even if you did not post it in the first place.

1.
You CAN'T be cyber bullied on ...
email
X-box
social media
phone calls
Hurtful behaviour done over the internet through emails, social media platforms or even gaming chat is cyber bullying. Phone calls, text messages and face-to-face name calling is bullying
2.
What should you do if you think someone is cyber bullying you?
Block them
Bully them back
Tell an adult
Tell your friends
If you think you are the victim of any type of bullying, you should tell an adult that you trust so they can help make it stop and deal with it appropriately
3.
Which of the following will NOT protect you online?
Making lots of friends online
Having a password
Only being friends with people you know in real life
Keeping your personal information private
There are lots of ways to protect yourself online like using passwords, only being friends with people you really know and sharing very little information about yourself. Having lots of online friends will not protect you from online bullies
4.
If someone sends you a nasty message online what should you NOT do?
Show it to a parent or carer
Show it to a teacher
Save it
Delete it
If someone sends you a message that upsets you, you should not delete it as it can be used as evidence. Instead show an adult
5.
If someone sends you a nasty message online what should you do with it?
Delete it
Save it
Show it to your best friend
Ignore it
If you are being bullied online you should save the evidence and then show it to an adult. You may also be asked to show it to the teacher or the police if they are investigating the bullying
6.
If someone posts a picture or video of someone else online that might upset them what should you do?
Like it
Share it
Tell an adult
Ignore it
Even if you are not the victim, if you see cyber bullying taking place you should tell an adult. This is so that they can report it to the correct people. By liking and sharing the post you can also be seen as bullying
7.
Who can cyber bully you?
Only people that know you
Only people under 16
Only people over 13
Anyone with access to the internet
Anyone with access to the internet can cyber bully someone else whether they are male, female, adult or child
8.
Who should you share your password with?
A parent or carer
No one
Everyone
Your best friend
Until the age of 16 you should share your passwords with a trusted adult like a parent or carer. This will help them to protect you and keep you safe but it will also be helpful if you forget your password
9.
What is cyber bullying?
Bullying that only happens once
Bullying that happens over the internet
Bullying in school
Bullying done by adults
Cyber bullying is the name given to bullying that happens over the internet
10.
Which of these is NOT cyber bullying?
Sending hurtful messages via email
Posting embarrassing pictures of someone on social media
Calling someone names in the playground
Calling someone names in a chat room
Cyber bullying requires the internet. Name calling and hurtful behaviour done face-to-face is called bullying and should also be reported to an adult
Author:  Terri Brown

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