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#Listentoyourselfie

Theme: Online Safety | Age: Key Stage 4, CSE/Sexting/Sexual content

The #Listentoyourselfie campaign from Childline looks at healthy and unhealthy relationships. There are stories that are presented in written and video form and a checklist of what’s healthy and what’s not.
•The Party: Lara meets and older boy Dan and they start a relationship. Dan comes to Lara’s house while she is having a party with her friends and he starts to pressure her into having sex.
•The Game: Paul has an online friend JJ who he talks to about being gay or possibly bisexual. JJ sends Paul a naked picture and asks for one in return.
Both videos are available with closed captions and can be viewed here.

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Childnet

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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Crossing the Line: A PSHE Toolkit

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

Crossing the line is a resource primarily aimed at 11-14 year olds and consists of four videos. There are accompanying lesson plans and worksheets covering online bullying, sexting, peer pressure and self-esteem. This resource has been quality assured by the PHSE association.

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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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Digiduck’s Big Decision (Childnet)

Theme: Online Safety | Age: Key Stage 1

The Digiduck® collection has been created to help parents and teachers educate children aged 3 – 7 about how to be a good friend online. The collection now includes a book, PDF and interactive app. Help arrives just in time for Digiduck® when faced with a difficult decision! Follow Digiduck® and his pals in this story of friendship and responsibility online.

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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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Exploited (ThinkUKnow)

Theme: Online Safety | Age: Key Stage 4, FE, CSE/Sexting/Sexual content

This 18-minute film helps young people learn to stay safe from sexual exploitation and helps educate young people to identify features of an exploitative friendship or relationship in contrast with the development of a healthy relationship. It also gives them clear information about how to report abuse and access support.

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Exposed (ThinkUKnow)

Theme: Online Safety | Age: Key Stage 3, Key Stage 4, CSE/Sexting/Sexual content

This film explores the idea of ‘nude selfies’ in the context of a teenage relationship. Dee has a boyfriend, whom as a part of a consensual relationship she sends a nude image to. The audience then begin to see how easily a person can lose control of their image as Dee’s photo is shared around the school. Dee thinks of ways she can take control of the situation and advises the audience on the risks of sharing nude selfies. The audience are encouraged to think about the emotional and social consequences of a nude selfie being shared.

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Fight Against Porn Zombies/FAPZ (Childline)

Theme: Online Safety | Age: Key Stage 4, CSE/Sexting/Sexual content

Childline has a lot of information aimed at children of 12+ about the realities of watching pornography.

They also have a series of cartoons aimed at boys available on their YouTube channel here.
•Episode 1 looks at how boys can have their perception of sex altered by watching pornography and how it can lead to objectifying women.
•Episode 2 looks at how pornography can lead to people feeling they have to re-enact what they see
•Episode 3 looks at the peer pressure to have sex. There are also information films that explore the topic further
Be aware that the cartoons are quite explicit: the main authority figure in the cartoons is called Professor Ophelia Balls and there are other characters with similarly ‘on-the-edge’ names.

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Gaming Addiction (MindEd)

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

MindEd is an organisation that provides education about children and young people’s mental health for professionals and parents. It has a section on parenting in the digital world covering the risks etc but also includes an animated video where Mark discusses his gaming addiction.

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I am Holly (Bedford High School, Manchester)

Theme: Anti Bullying, Online Safety | Age: Key Stage 3, Key Stage 4

This powerful video from Greater Manchester Police looks at online and offline bullying and shows how someone being bullied might feel. It also describes how we can help someone who is being bullied by standing up to bullying.

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I saw your willy (NSPCC Share Aware)

Theme: Online Safety | Age: Key Stage 2, Parents, CSE/Sexting/Sexual content

This NSPCC video is aimed at KS2 children and parents.

Increasing numbers of primary school age children are known to be sharing personal images of themselves. This video would be suitable to children in KS2 who you might be concerned are at risk. ‘Alex’s friend shares a picture of Alex with his friend Katie for a joke, but Katie shares it with lots of people online leading to Alex getting bullied and being upset.’ There is a cartoon video and lesson plans with activities, extension work, homework and a slideshow presentation which is available here.

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Internet Matters

Theme: Online Safety | Age: Parents

This website is set up in partnership with many of the technology companies to give parents and carers information. Information is split into advice which includes sections for different age children, controls and expert articles. There are a number of short videos, in particular, April’s story about a young girl sharing naked images and Jack’s story about being bullied on online gaming

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It’s Not Because He Likes You (Cambridgeshire Police)

Theme: Online Safety | Age: Key Stage 4, CSE/Sexting/Sexual content

A teenage girl talks about her relationship with Jake, an older boy. Jake buys her gifts and a phone and is displaying controlling behaviour including sharing naked images of her. The film explores the feelings of the young person. It is sometimes difficult for young people and adults to identify these types of abusive situations as children and young people may believe they are in a loving, consensual relationship. The video is available to view here.

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Josh and Sue (ThinkUKnow)

Theme: Online Safety | Age: SEN

Josh and Sue is an animated film which covers issues around online bullying, sharing information and who are real friends. This animation has been designed to be used with young people learning difficulties. There are two different commentaries, one for those with mild to moderate needs and another for moderate to severe needs. There is no complex story and there are clear tick and cross symbols for when an action by one of the characters is safe or not safe. There are supporting activities and lesson plans to go with the video.

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Just Send It (Childnet)

Theme: Online Safety | Age: CSE/Sexting/Sexual content

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.
‘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.’

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Kayleigh’s Love Story (Leicestershire Police)

Theme: Online Safety | Age: Key Stage 4, CSE/Sexting/Sexual content

Kayleigh’s love story is an online grooming case from October 2015 which ended tragically.

This video re-enacts the last two weeks of 15-year old Kayleigh Haywood’s life when she was groomed on Facebook by a 27-year old male and then went to visit the man. Kayleigh was raped and murdered by the man and his next door neighbour. Both men were subsequently convicted of serious offences and received substantial prison sentences. The video has been made with the support of Kayleigh’s family and would be rated 15 if it were to be shown in the cinema. The video and the accompanying information is available here.

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Learning Disabilities, Autism and Internet Safety: A Guide for Parents (Cerebra)

Theme: Online Safety | Age: Parents, SEN

This guide from leading organisations outlines some suggestions to help parents limit the risk of their child having negative experiences online and understand what action can be taken if they do.

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Lee and Kim (ThinkUKnow)

Theme: Online Safety | Age: Key Stage 1

Lee and Kim is a short animated film designed for young children. It follows two primary school aged children who are playing an online game. The cartoon highlights the importance of being safe online, and helps children to spot important online behaviours such as being kind to other people and not talking to strangers. This video is available from the THINKUKNOW website together with some fun activities and a song. Alternatively, the video is available from the CEOP YouTube channel and is also available with BSL or subtitles.

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Like Me (TrueTube)

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

TRUETUBE contains RE, PSHE and Citizenship resources. The video LikeMe uses a fast moving format to show how people interact online and is accessible here. School is over for the day, and Sophia is straight online with her friends, sharing messages and photos, but then someone shares too much and this has a massive impact for Sophia. Teachers’ notes containing discussion topics and activities are available.

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Lucy and the Boy (NSPCC Share Aware)

Theme: Online Safety | Age: Key Stage 2

Lucy and the Boy is a resource explaining to children about what is and isn’t suitable to share online. There is a cartoon video and lesson plan with activities, extension work and homework, with a slide presentation also available.

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Murphy and Red (Safer Internet Day)

Theme: Online Safety | Age: Key Stage 1

The following are two videos from Safer Internet Day 2017:
•Ask before you watch – Red and Murphy talk to Freddie and Alisha about watching videos online. What should children do before they watch videos on YouTube and what should they do if they see something upsetting online?
How to make an avatar – Red and Murphy chat about creating an avatar online and what private information children should be aware of using when creating their own avatars. Videos are also available with BSL or subtitles. Complementary education packs for 5-7 year olds can also be downloaded here. There are also other resources from previous safer internet days available on their website here.

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NSPCC Website/Helpline

Theme: Online Safety | Age: Parents

The NSPCC web pages on online safety cover everything a parent needs to know including how to talk to their children about issues, how to make agreements in the family to keep everyone safe and how to manage time online.
There are also reviews of websites, games and apps in the NetAware section. Signpost parents to NSPCC webpages or for more specific questions to the 24 hour online safety helpline for parents on 0808 800 5002, that is run in association with O2; where parents and carers can speak to a specialist practitioner.

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Online Gaming: A guide for Parents and Carers (Childnet)

Theme: Online Safety | Age: Parents

Internet safety advice is directly applicable to the gaming environment. It is essential that children are aware of the potential issues and are given the skills and knowledge to help manage and reduce these risks, with the help of those around them.

A PDF fact sheet is available to download here that covers how games are played, what the risks are, how to keep children safe, etc.

Further resources are available here.

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Parent Info

Theme: Online Safety | Age: Parents

Parent Info is a free resource for schools and other organisations, providing expertise and advice to parents and carers on a range of subjects including digital issues and online safety.
Schools and other organisations can host Parent Info directly on their own website, offering parents and carers support with easy access to up-to-date articles, research and practical advice.

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Parenting in the Digital World (MindEd)

Theme: Online Safety | Age: Parents

MindEd is an organisation that provides education about children and young people’s mental health. They have a sections on how much time young people spend on the internet, what are the risks and social media etc.

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Play, Like, Share (ThinkUKnow)

Theme: Online Safety | Age: Key Stage 2

Play Like Share is a three-episode animated series and accompanying resource pack that aims to help 8-10 year olds learn how to stay safe from sexual abuse, exploitation and other risks they might encounter online. There is an accompanying resource pack containing guidance, photocopiable workbooks, materials to engage parents and carers and extension sessions designed to be delivered to particularly risk-taking or vulnerable children, that address; self-esteem, commercial risks, privacy and security and online grooming.

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Safer Internet Day 2017 Resources

Theme: Online Safety | Age: Key Stage 2

The education pack for Safer Internet Day 2017 for 7-11 year olds contains an assembly, a play and other activities for this age group together with a video called ‘The Bigger Picture.’

The film looks at the power of images online – how an image can create an impression and how often there is more than meets the eye in an image. It looks at a series of parts of images and asks children what they think is happening and sees how their views change depending on how much of the picture they can see. Also available in BSL and subtitles from Youtube/Vimeo.

There is also a photography pack which explores different aspects of the power of image: from the pressure to take the perfect selfie, to the ways that images can be misleading or ambiguous, the six photography briefs challenge young people to consider the impact of images on their lives, while also celebrating the positive power of image to help inspire a better internet. A gallery of these images is available for discussion but there is nothing stopping this activity being used outside of safer internet day.

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Safer Internet Day 2017 Resources

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

The education packs for Safer Internet Day 2017 for 11-18 year olds contain an assembly, lesson plan and other activities for these age groups together with two videos:
•‘Selfie shack’ which features young people in KS3 talking about what they like about taking selfies and what the pressures are to take ‘perfect’ selfies.
•‘Your image, you future’ explores what other people, for example future employers might think about you based on what you post online. Also available with BSL and subtitles from YouTube/Vimeo. There is also a photography pack – see the KS2 section as much of this may be applicable to KS3 and KS4. All available here.

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Sending Nudes (Sussex Police)

Theme: Online Safety | Age: CSE/Sexting/Sexual content

Two animated videos looking at the risks of sending nudes of yourself and the consequences of sharing images of others. Both videos include closed captions.

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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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Smartie the Penguin (Childnet)

Theme: Online Safety | Age: Key Stage 1

Follow the adventures of Smartie the Penguin as he learns to be safe on the internet. There are Powerpoint versions of the story for EYFS, Year 1 and 2, a lesson plan and a song. The material covers: pop ups and in app purchasing, inappropriate websites for older children, and online bullying.

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So You Got Naked Online (SWGFL)

Theme: Online Safety | Age: Key Stage 3, Key Stage 4, CSE/Sexting/Sexual content

‘So you got naked online’ is a leaflet that helps and advises young people who may find themselves in a situation where they (or a friend) have put a sexting image or video online and have lost control over that content and who it’s being shared with. It is available as a 15-page booklet or handout flyer. There is a cost to purchase these, but more information can be found on the suppliers website.

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STAR Toolkit (Childnet)

Theme: Online Safety | Age: SEN

The STAR toolkit consists of practical advice and 15 teaching activities to help educators explore online safety with young people with autism spectrum disorders in Key Stage 3 and 4. The sections consist of Safe, Trust, Action and Respect. All sections feature the concept of friendship and have a focus on finding the balance between online and offline interaction. The resources are in a downloadable format, however, most of the activities are not complete lessons but starter activities or similar.

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Stay Safe (CBBC)

Theme: Online Safety | Age: Key Stage 2

The CBBC section on the BBC website has a number of resources suitable for 8-10 year olds including quizzes, videos and Newsround reports. There is also a music video in the style of One Direction called ‘Who do you share your details with?’ which could be a great starting point to think about this area of online safety.
CBBC also have an anti-bullying playlist on their YouTube channel which includes a series of films featuring the characters from the popular programme The Next Step. Also available is an anti-bullying week webpage which includes videos about people being bullied because of various differences, because they are clever, the colour or their hair or because they were born in another country, including stories from olympic athletes who have been bullied.

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Stay Safe (CBBC)

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

The CBBC section on the BBC website has a number of resources suitable for KS3 including:
•quizzes
•videos
•Newsround reports

Some of the most engaging are the songs and sketches created by the Horrible Histories team:
•Protect thy privacy settings featuring Guy Fawkes;
•What happens when you lie about your age online featuring the prudish Victorians
•Lady Jane Grey Beware what you download
•Saxon Monk in Internet videos are Forever

These are all accessible here.

CBBC also have an Anti-bullying playlist on their YouTube channel and a collection of anti-bullying week videos on their website which includes videos about people being bullied because of various differences such as:
•because they are clever
•the colour or their hair
•their faith
•the fact they are transgender
•because they were born in another country

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Stay Safe, Don’t Send (The Children’s Society)

Theme: Online Safety | Age: Key Stage 3, Key Stage 4, CSE/Sexting/Sexual content

This is an animated resource about the effects of youth produced sexual imagery concentrating on the Gypsy, Roma and travelling communities as part of a project trying to keep young people in those communities safe from Child Sexual Exploitation. Other resources include an activity book, guide for practitioners, posters and leaflets which are available here.

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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 Adventures of kara, Winston and the Smart Crew (Childnet)

Theme: Online Safety | Age: Key Stage 2

The five videos cover Safe (not sharing personal details), Meet, Accept, Reliable and Tell or SMART. These cartoons illustrate the five online safety SMART rules and include a real life SMART crew of young people, who guide the cartoon characters in their quest, and help them make safe online decisions.
There is a supporting quiz and other resources, and the videos are available in BSL, subtitle and clicker versions and there is a copy of the SMART rules in symbols. This is all available here. Please note this resource was updated in 2016 to include a different SMART crew of young people to be more relevant.

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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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Trust me: A Critical thinking Resource (Childnet)

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

The main aim of this resource is to educate young people around inaccurate information that they might come across online. This resource is by no means a solution to the issues that are facing young people online but is intended to stimulate and facilitate discussions around online risk.

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VoiceBox (Childline)

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

The Childline website and a number of the Voicebox videos on YouTube also cover bullying and a list of their playlists is available here. The playlists are split into different categories and the bullying-specific section is accessible here. The Voicebox videos feature mostly youngish adults and are short discussions about various different topics. The videos are produced on a weekly basis so it is worth signing up to the channel for notifications.

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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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ZipIt app (Childline)

Theme: Online Safety | Age: Key Stage 3, Key Stage 4, CSE/Sexting/Sexual content

The Zipit app aims to help teenagers deal with difficult sexting and flirting situations. The app offers humorous comebacks and advice, and aims to help teenagers stay in control of flirting when chatting. Search for ‘zipit’ in your app store.

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Theme: Online Safety | Age: CSE/Sexting/Sexual content

The Disrespect Nobody campaign from the Home Office focuses on healthy relationships. There is a website with information about sexting, relationship abuse, consent, rape, pornography and where to get help
There are also videos about sexting, relationship abuse and consent
The videos are animated but suitable for young people and try to be practical and humorous. The videos come with closed captions.

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