Gosport pupils learn internet safety tips from Google

Students from Haselworth Primary School, in Gosport, got a visit from Google
Students from Haselworth Primary School, in Gosport, got a visit from Google
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A PRIMARY school got a talk on internet safety from search engine Google.

Haselworth Primary School, in Gosport, invited representatives from Google into the school as part of the company’s Legends Tour.

The tour is travelling around the country to teach young people four tips on having fun and staying safe online.

Gosport MP Caroline Dinenage also went along for the talk.

She said: ‘It was great to visit Haselworth Primary School and take part in the Google Internet Legends Assembly teaching them about internet safety.

‘Internet safety is a crucial lesson and it is fantastic to see pupils being taught how to stay safe online in a fun and engaging way.’

Pupils from the school took part in an interactive assembly to learn the four tips.

They included thinking before sharing anything online, protecting their accounts with passwords and privacy settings, checking everything is real by looking for potential scams and respecting other young people by reporting any abuse.