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Test your knowledge of young people and the internet

By Internet Matters Team on

To mark Facebook joining Internet Matters, we have created this quiz to help you find out just how “digitally savvy” you are. Take part to learn more about the digital lives of children and young people, and understand how we can help them navigate the online environment.

Digiduck: An educational, e-safety story app for 3-7 years

By Internet Matters Team on

Working with Childnet, we’ve turned their charming storybook into a tablet app that parents and children can enjoy together. Like the book, the story app follows Digiduck and his pals in a story of friendship and responsibility online. The story has been created to help parents teach children aged 3-7 years of age how to be … Continued

Cyberbullying competition: Winners announced

By Ghislaine Bombusa on

After receiving over 70 entries from 17 schools from across the UK, we are delighted to announce the winners of of our Anti-bullying week comic strip competition. Primary school category - Winners  Click on the image to expand the comic strip First Place Weston Green School Second Place Moor Green Primary Academy Third Place Fairfield Prep … Continued

Cyberbullying competition: Shortlisted entries for public vote

By Ghislaine Bombusa on

Thank you to all those who voted to help us choose winners for our cyberbullying comic strip competition. It was great to see such an overwhelming response from all who took the time to have their say.  See winners announced I am text block. Click edit button to change this text. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur … Continued

Cyberbullying comic strip competiton

By Internet Matters Team on

For Anti-Bullying Week we're inviting children to create a comic strip and beat cyberbullying. As a parent or teacher this is your chance to encourage children to get creative and think about what steps they would take to stand up to cyberbullying. They could also be in with a chance of winning some amazing prizes for their school. What do I have to do? … Continued