Online safety @school
A great way to prompt discussions around Online Safety issues.
New Resource from Thinkuknow
Based on a series of three fun, age-appropriate animations, Jessie & Friends follows Jessie, Mo and Tia as they view, share and game their way towards a safer future online. The animations are accompanied by:
– a catchy song, storybooks and posters
– a detailed resource pack with engaging learning activities on key topics including trust, consent, and healthy and unhealthy online behaviours, plus guidance on safe and effective delivery of Jessie & Friends
To watch Jessie & Friends CLICK HERE there are also videos with subtitles and BSL.
– advice for parents and carers on using Jessie & Friends to start a positive, age-appropriate online safety conversation with their child
Play Like Share – KS2 resource:
Play Like Share helps children to identify the signs of pressurising and threatening behaviour in an age appropriate way. This is explored through highly relatable characters and non-frightening peer-on-peer scenarios, where children recognise tactics such as flattery or bribery or that feeling you might get when something’s not right. The resources aims to develop children’s confidence and skills to respond to these situations and get help when they need it.
CEOP – Play Like Share: Episode 1
CEOP – Play Like Share: Episode 2
CEOP – Play Like Share: Episode 3
|Be Internet Awesome is Google’s new Internet safety curriculum.
Be Internet Awesome is based on five key concepts for kids:
Below are two powerful videos, that have a strong online safety message, if you are under ten would advise to watch with an adult. If you have any questions or concerns always talk to your trusted adult.
CEOP – Jigsaw
CEOP – Tom’s Story
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