RSHE is the new home of online safety in the curriculum as it becomes statutory from September 2020. To help you make a start with some of the issues, we have made these two quizzes to help pupils and teachers explore some of the issues.

Why not use one or both quizzes to start the new term...and then revisit or do the other one at the end of term. They address similar themes but with different scenarios.

Each quiz has 25 questions and can be completed individually, in groups or as a class - then discuss why each answer is correct, using the score and feedback you see for each question when you click submit.

The questions are deliberately simple and are designed to make pupils think about WHY each answer is correct - ideal to provoke class discussions, with explanations that will be just as useful for teachers as for pupils. Click one of the red buttons to see the quizzes now.

We would love to hear your feedback - let us know what you think at safeguarding@lgfl.net. Find this page again by visiting digisafedigest.lgfl.net

Worksheets for home-learning during bubble or school closure or for pupils in isolation or quarantine

The quizzes on this page bring together the best of the questions used in DigiSafe Daily, our daily online-safety worksheets which we issued for 70 days during lockdown.

Whether or not you used them at the time, they are still available and handy to issue during any future home learning, whether that is for the whole school, a bubble or individuals.

Visit digisafedaily.lgfl.net to download one or all of the sheets.

Undressed! Do you know teach children not to get undressed on camera?

The characters used in the graphics for DigiSafe Daily and Digest come from Undressed, our campaign and song to help young children learn in a non-scary way not to respond to dares or challenges to get changed or undressed on camera - it happens. If you haven't used it, visit undressed.lgfl.net and sing (and learn) along!