As with most online behaviour, a combination of education and smart use of technology is the key. Your school behaviour policy may address issues of online behaviour, but it probably doesn’t anticipate this new situation
Many school lessons are being delivered online, new online resources have been developed and many educational technology companies, including Gooseberry Planet are offering free access to their platforms during the crisis.
With school closures and home working, both adults and children are spending more time online, so it is more important than ever that we think about good digital citizenship and how to protect our Digital Footprints.
Our data is the stock in trade of fraudsters, and they are adept at tricking or tempting us into revealing it. They have no care for those they defraud, shown by the proliferation of scams relating to the corona virus.