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Primary School Cyber Ambassador Resources

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Here you should find everything we used at our cyber ambassador training for you to download and use plus updated materials.



Angler tricks people in the digital world by shining his happy light into web links that contain information that could scare or worry everyone.


Bi-Diphorous is a monster of two sides. He tricks people in the digital world by presenting himself as a friendly ‘online friend’ to make people like and trust him. He will then reveal his unfriendly side and make you feel uncomfortable online.


Info-Eater loves to explore the online world and get involved with your online activity, especially on social media platforms and gaming accounts. He has long arms to grab personal information from the internet and uses his big swirly teeth to munch and digest this information.


Selphire, also known as the digital world lightning bolt. This monster loves the online world of pictures, videos and viral/online challenges. Students will defeat Selphire and learn about the importance of safer selfies and gaining control over their pictures on the World Wide Web.


Meanataur, also known as the ultimate ‘cyber nasty’. He shows up in different forms including as a troll or cyberbully on social media platforms and gaming communities. Be a good UPstander and defeat Meanataur. Make the internet a happier place by thinking S.M.A.R.T.

What to do when you come across cyberbullying

Be a good UPstander against cyberbullies and support each other. Cyberbullying often leaves people upset and interferes with their lives.

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