Children should be taught digital safety skills as early as possible, so that they become a natural part of the child’s life.

It is important that you are present and supportive of your students so that they can safely enjoy the benefits that the online traffic has to offer. You can encourage children to explore digital environments as long as you are aware of their online activities. Just like with the physical environment when teaching children things such as traffic rules or advising them on how to relate to strangers.

Children should be taught digital safety skills as early as possible, so that they become a natural part of the child’s life.

It is important that you are present and supportive of your students so that they can safely enjoy the benefits that the online traffic has to offer. You can encourage children to explore digital environments as long as you are aware of their online activities. Just like with the physical environment when teaching children things such as traffic rules or advising them on how to relate to strangers.

Stop, Slow & Go is a material package relating to digital safety that provides a clear set of instructions on how to deal with digital safety issues with your class or group. It is important for children to practice which things are forbidden (STOP), require consideration (SLOW) or are permitted (GO).

The material has been adapted from the objectives from the teaching curriculums.


Materials for parents/carers and teachers

General guide for teachers

Children should be taught digital safety skills as early as possible, so that they become a natural part of the child’s life. The Stop, Slow and Go- General guide for teachers gives you an overview guidance on how to work through the digital safety themes with your class or a group of children.

Guide for parents/carers

The Stop, Slow and Go- material packet includes a guide for parents and carers, which has some general information about the material packet, a small homework assignment to be done together with the child as well as a theme to think about together.

Digital safety skills materials for 5–6-year-olds

The Kip crew has landed on Earth. The spaceship’s doors open. Tuka, Maco, Soca and Waaba start walking along a pathway. They see a big road ahead.

What happens next?

Digital safety skills materials for 7–9-year-olds

The Kip crew has just landed on Earth. The spaceship’s doors open, and Tuka leads the whole crew out.

What happens next? Download the material and go on an adventure together.