Stories for keeping children aged 7-11 years old with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities safe online
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Social media algorithms are one of the tools used by technology companies on the apps, games and websites we use every day. Things such as the videos you watch, links you click, pages you follow or accounts you interact with all help decide what content the algorithms show you.
Helping educators, parents and carers, to support young people aged 11 and over with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND). These free, adaptable Childnet resources look at the important topics of healthy relationships, digital wellbeing and online pornography.
Childnet has produced this guidance to help parents and carers and their children talk about the important issue of online sexual bullying – specifically when this is happening between children of around the same age (9-12 years old).
During remote learning young people will be spending more time at home than usual - with their families, and on devices. Childnet has put together a list of resources that you can use with them, to explore online safety in a fun, engaging and educational way.
Looking for ways to weave in online safety messages across your school curriculum?
To help you do this with online safety, Childnet has created a new resource. One side suggests practical things you can do across your whole school to put online safety firmly in the centre of school life. The other side of the poster suggests 25 creative ways to embed online safety messages across different subject areas