Feedback

Simfin

online safety and digital citizenship specialist

Naace Impact Award Winner for Leadership

For his commitment to ensuring a safe and supportive learning environment for the education sector

What people say about simfin

  • a superb session with @simfin and my year 13s about online identity. Very engaging and thought provoking!!"

    Secondary School 2011

 Tagged with guidance


09 December 2013

"Facebook is the world's largest social network with more than 400 million people chatting and sharing their lives. It's important for parents to understand how social networks work so that you can help your child to stay safe online. But you might also be on Facebook and need a bit of help. With so many applications, external services and friend requests to deal with, keeping the right information private is becoming even more important."

 

Read more here.

24 October 2013

Zipit helps you get flirty chat back on the right track. It's packed with killer comebacks and top tips to help you stay in control of your chat game.

Save images onto your device and share them with your friends!

Share images on Facebook, Twitter, BBM or via email

Find out how to deal with a sexting crisis

Get advice to help you flirt without failing

Call ChildLine or save the number to your phone

You can also share images from Zipit through other apps like Whatsapp or Instagram, depending on what kind of phone you have and what apps you have on your phone.

 

More infomation and download the app

07 October 2013

 

Leading online safety experts have pulled together pragmatic advice for parents on sexting: "A Parents Guide to dealing with Sexting: what to do and how to handle it". This follows on from a high level of demand from schools and parents and compliments the advice that they produced earlier in the year 'Sexting in schools - A toolkit. What to do and how to handle it'.

See the resource here.

03 September 2013

A useful resource from Childnet.

'This E-safety INSET presentation is designed to be delivered by the E-safety Lead, or designated staff member, in your school, organisation or child care setting.

Online safety is a whole community issue and this presentation is suitable for every staff member to attend.

To deliver this INSET presentation, print and read the delivery instructions in advance and familiarise yourself with the content and timings of the Prezi.

The presentation is flexible and the direction of discussion can be guided by the staff members present and pertinent current issues.'