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Theme: Online Safety | Age: Foundation, Key Stage 1, Key Stage 2, Key Stage 3, Key Stage 4

Using the internet with children and young people is an incredibly rewarding experience. Incorporating internet safety themes across the curriculum, and celebrating the benefits of new technologies, can enhance learning in so many ways. On this website you will find resources to help you use the internet safely and positively as a professional, and information to help safeguard your workplace and the young people you work with.

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CSE (Crimestoppers)

Theme: CSE | Age: Key Stage 3, Key Stage 4, FE, HE

This resource, together with an accompanying PowerPoint presentation, makes up an educational resource for professionals working with young people throughout the UK. It provides a range of exercises that relate to Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE). The exercises have been created to help young people understand this topic and behaviour that might put them at risk – as well as how to stay safe, and report anything they’re concerned about. The resource also includes a session on advertising, to support the group to create radio adverts to increase awareness of this issue and of Fearless. We have also suggested where each section fits in with the curriculum.

‘Exploited’ the CEOP film included (and referenced) in this resource pack must be delivered in conjunction with the guidance resources available from Thinkuknow.

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Digital Citizenship: Young Peoples’ Rights on Social Media

Theme: Online Safety | Age: Key Stage 2, Key Stage 3, Key Stage 4

In today’s increasingly digital world, it’s more important than ever that our young people are able to understand and feel in control of their online rights. But more often than not, they’re not even aware that they even have any. The Children’s Commissioner for England, working with Tes and Schillings, have produced three teaching packs to help young people become more empowered digital citizens. Relevant to citizenship and computing curriculums around the world, these packs include lesson ideas and simplified T&Cs for five major social media sites. So why not take a look and add another dimension to the way you speak to students about the opportunities that the internet, and particularly social media, have to offer?

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Expect Respect

Theme: | Age: Key Stage 2, Key Stage 3, Key Stage 4

Abuse and domestic violence sometimes happens when there is a lack of respect for one person in a relationship or in a family. This booklet is about understanding what respect is and what it means to be in a healthy (good/respectful) relationship. It also tells you what you can do if you’re not being treated right or if you are being abused. You deserve love and respect.

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Share Aware (NSPCC)

Theme: Online Safety | Age: Key Stage 2

The Share Aware teaching resources and lesson plans have been created to provide straightforward, no-nonsense advice which will untangle the web, and let you know how, as a teacher or practitioner, you can show your pupils ways to be to be safe online. The central message is that the internet is a great place for children to be and being Share Aware makes it safer. These teaching resources support you to deliver the ‘stay safe’ messages to pupils. They’ve been written in conjunction with teachers, producers of educational resources and experts from the NSPCC – and have been piloted in primary schools to make sure that pupils respond to them.

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Street Crime (Crimestoppers)

Theme: ASB, Weapons | Age: Key Stage 3, Key Stage 4, FE

This is an educational resource for professionals working with young people throughout the UK. It provides exercises on a range of crime types that professionals can use to challenge young people’s perceptions, stimulate debate and encourage good citizenship. Includes lessons: Vandalism, Graffiti, Arson, Vehicle Crime, Robbery & Theft, Burglary and Assault

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SWGFL Digital Literacy Programme

Theme: Online Safety | Age: Foundation, Key Stage 1, Key Stage 2, Key Stage 3, Key Stage 4

These free online safety materials are designed to empower pupils and students to think critically, behave safely, and participate responsibly in our digital world. Find the lessons that are just right for your classroom. Browse by Key Stage or Year Group, for cross-curricular lessons which address digital literacy and citizenship topics in an age-appropriate way.

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Tales of the Road

Theme: Travel | Age: Key Stage 1, Key Stage 2

The campaign is aimed at 6-11 year olds, the key message is ‘you need to use good road safety behaviour or you could come to real harm’. The campaign also demonstrates the correct road safety behaviours. There are also downloadable resources in the ‘grown-ups’ section.

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Talking Mental Health Animation & Teacher Toolkit

Theme: | Age: Key Stage 2, Key Stage 3

We know that schools are on the frontline when it comes to children’s mental health. School leaders and teaching staff work hard each day to support the mental health and wellbeing of their pupils and we are determined to help them in every way we can. Our child mental health experts have also developed a booklet: ‘Supporting mental health and wellbeing in schools’, a series of expert advice films which offer practical guidance about what teachers can do in the classroom to support mental health, and what to do if they are concerned about a child and a leaflet for parents and carers offering tips to talking mental health with children.

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The Internet of Toys – 10 Points to Consider for Parents

Theme: Online Safety | Age: Parents

The way our children play is changing rapidly. One of the most striking new developments is the growing number of toys that are connected to the internet: the Internet of Toys. To help parents cope with the challenges of this new connected play environment, Mediawijzer.net has compiled a checklist of ten points to consider when it comes to safety and children’s play.

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Thinkuknow

Theme: Online Safety | Age: Foundation, Key Stage 1, Key Stage 2, Key Stage 3, Key Stage 4, FE, HE

The CEOP Command’s Thinkuknow programme provides resources, training and support for professionals who work directly with children and young people. Our films, learning activities and other resources are developed in response to intelligence from child protection experts within the CEOP Command. They are designed to help children and young people keep themselves safe from sexual abuse and exploitation by developing skills in identifying and avoiding risk, learning how best to protect themselves and their friends, and knowing how to get support and report abuse if they do encounter difficulties.

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Weapons (Crimestoppers)

Theme: Weapons | Age: Key Stage 3, Key Stage 4, FE

This is an educational resource for professionals working with young people throughout the UK. It provides exercises on a range of crime types that professionals can use to challenge young people’s perceptions, stimulate debate and encourage good citizenship. Includes lessons:Knives & Guns

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