DigiSafe Digest - Part 1
𝗧𝗲𝗮𝗰𝗵𝗲𝗿𝘀 - 𝗿𝗲𝗮𝗱 𝘁𝗵𝗶𝘀. 𝗣𝘂𝗽𝗶𝗹𝘀 - 𝗴𝗼 𝘀𝘁𝗿𝗮𝗶𝗴𝗵𝘁 𝘁𝗼 𝗾𝘂𝗲𝘀𝘁𝗶𝗼𝗻 𝟭.
This quiz is a great way to start the term talking about online safety in RSHE. It is in two parts but you can choose to do one or both (similar themes are covered but all different questions).
You can either answer the questions together as a class, or do it individually or in pairs. Then once you click submit, answers and feedback will be shown to help you discuss the issues. Some questions are easy but the key thing is to talk about WHY that is the answer.
for the other part of the quiz. DigiSafe Digest has been made from the best questions used in our daily lockdown worksheets at
(still there and useful for future bubble or school closures).
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Your friend said you should join the class chat, but you know you are too young for that app. What should you do?
Do it but don’t tell your parents
Don’t do it but don’t say anything
Don’t do it and talk to a parent/carer
What does it mean if your friend doesn’t reply to your message straight away?
They don’t want to be your friend anymore
They are a bad friend or don’t like you
They are busy
All the above
A message appears on your screen saying you’ve won one million pounds. You just need to click on the link to get it. What should you do?
Click it quickly and take the money
Send it to a friend to click for you safely
Someone shares a scary video of people doing violent things. What should you do?
Keep watching to the end in case it gets better
Send it to a friend and ask for help
Stop watching and ask a trusted adult to help
During a game, a player says they will give you ‘cheats’ if you share your password. What should you do?
Give it to them
Only give it to them if you know and trust them
Don’t share it even if they are your best friend
Daisy wants to ‘go live’ to show off her new dance moves. What should she do first?
Ask a trusted adult if it’s okay
Only let friends see it
Do a video call instead of going live
All the above
Tim finds all the games on his device too easy, so he is going to play an 18 game as it will be harder. Is that a good idea?
Yes – it will be harder and better for a gamer like Tim
No – 18 games aren’t harder, they are made for grown ups
It’s the weekend and you are bored. Your friend told you about an app where you chat with random people in your town. Sounds fun. Why is it a bad idea to do random chat?
It’s not a bad idea – it’s fun.
Because it’s not safe – you don’t know who will be there and what they will do
Because they aren’t more than 2 metres away
You got kicked out of the class chat where all your friends are. What should you do to make you feel better?
Kick someone else out of a different chat
Talk to an adult about it and tell your friends it hurt your feelings
Get annoyed but don’t tell anybody
Listening to the news is worrying you. What can you do (maybe more than 1 answer)?
Tell a parent/carer what worries you and ask any questions you have
Watch Newsround because they explain it in a non-scary way for children
Don’t spend too long looking at news and remind your parents too!
Turn off the TV, put down the device , go outside and do something you enjoy
You shared a picture by mistake and wish you hadn’t. What can you do?
Pretend it wasn’t you
Turn your phone off and hope nobody sees it
Ask an adult for help and delete the post
Your friends made fun of a friend on a group chat and you joined in. It wasn’t very mean but went on all day. Is that okay?
Yes, as long as you didn’t start it
Yes, it’s only banter (fun)
No, it’s not okay
How can you use devices to help you get a good sleep (maybe more than one answer)?
Turn on night mode
Switch alerts off at night
Leave your device in another room when you go to bed
Listen to relaxing music
Alicia likes drawing and posts her pictures for everyone to see, but she only gets a few likes.What should she do?
Give up art because not enough people like it
Find another hobby that will get more likes
Believe in herself and carry on drawing if she enjoys it
Copy pictures from Google and pretend they are hers
A new friend from a game lives nearby and wants to meet you in the park. You:
Say yes but stay 2 metres away and wear a mask
Say yes but take a friend
Speak to a trusted adult first and only go if they agree
Someone dares you to take a photo in your pants. Should you? Choose TWO answers.
Yes, if you are careful
No, it’s against the law and dangerous
Yes, if you have cool pants and a good phone
No, your pants are private and you should never get undressed on camera
David keeps saying mean things in your game about someone else because they look different to you. You don’t really like them so is that okay?
Yes, as long as you don’t join in
Yes, because you don’t like them either
All posts and private messages on social media, games and apps are private:
You posted a video and people you don’t know are messaging you. What should you do?
Change the privacy settings so only friends can see it
Tell an adult about the messages you got
Don’t reply to any strangers
Reply to all the messages
The top 3 results that come up when you do a search are the best so you can alwaysrely on them:
Someone from your school is saying nasty things about you and you don’t want to be a snitch so what can you do?
Tell someone because it’s important to get help
Don’t tell anyone and try to forget it
Start a new rumour about them that’s even meaner
Your big sister saw an advert to make money by just letting someone send her money and then send it back. Why is that a bad idea?
They might send her too much
It might be in euros
It might be a way for them to hide money that isn’t theirs
You left the class chat because there are so many messages, but your classmates keep adding you back in. What should you do?
Tell your classmates you don’t want to be in the chat
Mute the group chat so you don’t see messages
Ask a teacher to talk to the class about it
You googled something and a nasty picture came up which you think might get you in trouble. What should you do?
Delete it and if anyone asks, say your brother did it
Tell an adult what happened and ask for help
Look for it again and email it to a friend
Someone older gave you presents. You knew you shouldn’t take them but they were cool and now they want things in return. They say it’s too late to tell anyone. Is it?
It depends on the presents
No it’s never too late to tell, even if you did something silly or wrong yourself
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