Added: Category: Online | Key Stage 2, Key Stage 3, Key Stage 4
#LiveSkills is a package of resources focusing on live streaming. It explores the nuanced features of live streaming, and the specific risks children and young people can face. Live streaming is increasingly becoming one of the most popular online activities for children and young people and most apps now have live streaming functions.
Alcohol, Drugs and Staying Safe
Added: Category: Drugs | Key Stage 3, Key Stage 4
This lesson plan amalgamates the Public Health England Rise Above materials on alcohol with bespoke materials provided by Avon & Somerset Police. It also looks at the factors that lead to experimentation with alcohol and drugs.
Added: Category: Online, Safeguarding | Key Stage 2
Band Runner is a fun runner-style game for 8-10 year olds on the Thinkuknow website. The game features some familiar faces: Sam, Alfie and Ellie from the Play Like Share animations are continuing their adventures and helping children to build their knowledge, confidence and skills to stay safe from sexual abuse and other risks they might encounter online.
Be internet legends
Added: Category: Online | Key Stage 2
ParentZone have worked with Google to provide a free scheme of work for KS2. Teachers can order one pack each but more than one pack per school can be ordered. The lesson plans are accredited by the PSHE Association and these are accompanied by stickers and a poster. The scheme consists of five pillars to be Sharp, Alert, Secure, Kind and Brave. The children are also encouraged to share information with parents and carers. Schools can also request an assembly from the Google Internet Legends team by ticking a box on the order form.
Added: Category: Safeguarding | Key Stage 3, Key Stage 4
This package from Avon and Somerset Police is based on guidance from the Home Office, using the Disrespect Nobody campaign materials, but is tailored specifically to consent and sexual assault/rape, with additional input about the police. It also includes a video about the Sexual Assault Referral Centre (SARC), also known as ‘The Bridge’, which explains who they help and what services they provide, as we wanted young people in our force area to have access to information and support relevant to them locally, not just nationally. The lesson plan assumes that lessons about healthy relationships covering issues such as respect, trust and equality, have taken place beforehand as part of the broader PSHE curriculum taught by schools.
Added: Category: Drugs, Violence | Key Stage 3, Key Stage 4
In 2017, the Home Office, National Crime Agency, the National Police Chief’s Council, the Children’s Society and Victim Support, as well as a number of smaller, individual organisations have all released new guidance on approaching the county lines problem as awareness around the issue continues to grow. Recognising young people at risk and intervening early is a key part of the strategy. This resource package is aimed at raising awareness about the county lines problem and helping young people to maintain resilience against becoming involved in it.
Added: Category: Online | Key Stage 3
Digital resilience is a key skill that we want young people to develop. Whilst going online can be incredibly fun and enjoyable there can also be times when a young person can feel upset, not good enough or left out. These are the occasions when young people will need strategies to help themselves and also to help their friends if they are having a difficult time online. This lesson aims to look at the positive and negative experiences young people have online, consider the impact they may have and devise ways to build digital resilience.
Digital Resilience and Online Safety
Added: Category: Online | Key Stage 3
This resource has been produced by Avon and Somerset but draws heavily on resources produced by Childnet. The Childnet resources have been condensed to produce a package which takes into account the PSHE agenda but also allows time to provide a police perspective.
Digital Wellbeing module
Added: Category: Online | Key Stage 2
Google’s Digital Wellbeing module is a FREE pack of NEW resources for UK primary schools Created by Google and Parent Zone, the resources are designed to help Key Stage 2 pupils (7 to 11-year-olds) learn about how their use of technology can make them feel – and reflect on what a healthy balance looks like. We know that Digital Wellbeing goes beyond the school gates, so we’ve developed lesson plans, a teacher guide and materials to help you engage children, parents and carers. This pack can be used on its own, but it works best alongside the whole Be Internet Legends curriculum. You can order the curriculum pack by ticking the box below.
Added: Category: Health, Online | Key Stage 2, Key Stage 3, Key Stage 4
The PSHE Association is working in partnership with GambleAware to support children and young people to understand, and avoid, risks associated with gambling. The below free-to-download materials aim to increase the number of schools addressing this important issue, and give teachers the confidence to cover it to a high standard through their PSHE education curricula.
Gaming or gambling – Schools and organisations
Added: Category: Online | Parents, Professionals
Parent Zone and GambleAware have partnered up to help professionals and families learn about the gambling-like risks children may face when playing online games – and simple, practical ways to keep gaming fun and make it safer.
Added: Category: Diversity | Key Stage 2, Key Stage 3, Key Stage 4
A resource package aimed at supporting schools to increase pupil’s awareness of different types of hate crime and prejudice, and how to challenge it. The Crown Prosecution Service, National Union of Teachers, community groups and pupils from all over the country have worked together to produce these resources. Many of the themes covered are based on real-life experiences of young people and can be used as a starting point for discussing what can be difficult and sensitive themes. A range of activities are also included.
Interactive anti-bullying tool for parents
Added: Category: Bullying | Parents
Welcome to the Interactive Anti-Bullying Parent Information Tool. It aims to give you information about bullying in an interactive way. Please click on the image below to access the tool. If you have any questions / queries please follow the links in the Resources and Advice section of the tool.
Jessie and Friends (Age 4-7)
Added: Category: Online | Key Stage 1
Jessie and Friends is a three-episode animated series which aims to equip 4-7 year olds with the knowledge, skills and confidence they need to help them stay safe from sexual abuse and other risks they may encounter online. Jessie & Friends follows the adventures of Jessie, Tia and Mo as they begin to navigate the online world. They learn that while the internet can be an exciting place where they can learn and have fun, sometimes they may encounter things online which make them feel worried, scared or sad.
Just send it
Added: Category: Health, Online | Key Stage 3, Key Stage 4
Part of the Crossing the Line PHSE toolkit. Abi and her friends love to live their lives online; sharing top tips, fashion ideas and fun stories. The film includes closed caption subtitles and is available here. When her online comments catch the attention of Josh, a boy well known in the school, she is excited. As friendship grows and their like for each other develops, it’s not long before Josh’s friend encourages him to pressurise Abi to send a nude selfie. She’s not keen to do this and seeks the advice of her friends. Mixed opinions and increasing pressure from Josh soon encourage her to change her mind to take the photo. Although Josh intends to delete the photo, his friend Brandon intercepts the picture and sends it on to others online, which causes much distress for Abi.
Added: Category: Violence | Key Stage 3, Key Stage 4
A resource package from Avon and Somerset Police aimed at discouraging children from becoming involved in knife crime.
Managing Healthy and Unhealthy Relationship Behaviours
Added: Category: Domestic Abuse, Health | Key Stage 3, Key Stage 4
A timely resource for schools preparing for statutory RSE from September, the lessons will support your students to recognise the qualities of healthy relationships, exhibit healthy relationship behaviours, identify the features of unhealthy or unsafe relationships/family situations and know how to seek help if they or others are facing abusive circumstances.
Added: Category: Family, Health | Parents
Are you a parent or carer who is concerned about the mental health of your child or teenager? Do you just want some hints and tips on parenting? MindEd for Families has advice and information from trusted experts and will help you to understand what problems occur, what you can do to best support your family, and how to take care of yourself. MindEd for Families is written by a team of specialists and parents, working together. You do not need to register to use these resources.
Myth vs Reality: PSHE toolkit
Added: Category: Domestic Abuse, Health | Key Stage 3
With Relationship and Sex Education (RSE) becoming statutory in all schools from September 2020, schools need practical, thoughtful and helpful resources to help them teach RSE. Myth vs Reality, our new PSHE Toolkit for 11-14s explores the topics of online pornography, healthy relationships and body image. This toolkit is an extension of our hugely successful practical PSHE toolkit ‘Crossing the Line,’ which aims to generate discussions amongst young people aged 11-14 about their experiences online.
Added: Category: Online | Key Stage 3, Key Stage 4
A drama-based educational sexting resource that addresses and questions the sensitive issue of sending sexually explicit messages or photos electronically with 11-16 year olds. By asking young people to step into the shoes of the characters within Picture This, they explore the law, impact and consequence of sexting and are encouraged to contemplate their online behaviour. The pack comprises of a 25-minute play script and lesson plans that seek to educate and enlighten young people about the consequences of creating and sending indecent images. Young people can decide their own ending for this play, formed from all that they have learned throughout the lessons.