Online safety assembly resources

With children spending more time online, it’s vital that they know how to stay safe. Find examples of assembly plans based on the themes from Safer Internet Days, such as online safety and online identity.

Last reviewed on 10 January 2022
School types: All · School phases: All
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Contents
  1. Safer Internet Day resources
  2. Further assembly resources about being safe online 

Safer Internet Day resources

The UK Safer Internet Centre provides resources for schools each year for Safer Internet Day. The focus for 2022 is respect and relationships online. 

Primary schools: download the school resource packs from the day for 3 to 7 and 7 to 11 year-olds, including assembly plans and presentations here.

Secondary schools: download resources for 11 to 14 year-olds and 14 to 18 year-olds from further down the same page (linked to above). 

In previous years, Safer Internet Day has explored topics including:

  • The reliability of the internet 
  • Online identity
  • Understanding consent in a digital world
  • Digital friendships and wellbeing
  • The power of image

Further assembly resources about being safe online 

Primary schools

Assemblies.org.uk also has an assembly plan focused on online identity. Penguin Pals is aimed at Key Stage (KS) 2 children and teaches about the differences between online and 'real life' identities and friendships.

This plan from assemblies.org.uk was written to go alongside Safer