Childnet's practical online safety toolkit for educators with films and lesson plans to explore online issues with pupils aged 11-14 years old.
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There are so many stories and pieces of information flying around on the internet that it can be hard to know what’s real and what’s fake.
This Christmas, you might have decided to give your child their first phone, tablet, or laptop (or third, fourth, fifth – even a new update). This is a big decision. The responsibility and freedom that comes with owning a device is a big step for children – and you! It might even be their first “grown up” responsibility.
Here is how the UK Safer Internet Centre’s Primary Zone can help you start a conversation with your child and introduce online safety education for children and young people aged 3-11.
Take Five is a national campaign offering straight-forward, impartial advice that helps prevent email, phone and online fraud.
Who is this for?
This guidance is aimed at professionals in education settings working with children and young people. It aims to help them better understand, recognise and respond to victim blaming language and behaviour within their settings when discussing or responding to the online experiences of children and young people.
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