CyberSprinters, is a new online game to help primary schools teach children about cyber security from an early age. It is a free interactive game, developed by the National Cyber Security Centre – a part of GCHQ. Aimed at 7 to 11-year-olds it is designed to make learning about cyber security fun and interactive. 

The online game sees players become a ‘cybersprinter’ who races against its depleting battery power. Users win battery power by correctly answering questions about cyber security but face losing it if they bump into ‘cybervillains’.

The game sits alongside a pack of educational resources which illustrate what good cyber security practice looks like, from creating strong passwords to being vigilant about receiving messages from unknown senders. The content is based on expert cyber security advice provided by cross-governmental Cyber Aware campaign, which helps people protect themselves from common cyber threats.

Think you can beat my high score? Want to take your children on a digital adventure? Click on the link below to learn more and to take part in your over CyberSprinters race!

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