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New Resource from ThinkUKnow

Ply like and sharePlay 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.

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CEOP – Play Like Share: Episode 1

 

CEOP – Play Like Share: Episode 2

 

CEOP – Play Like Share: Episode 3

 

Positive and unhealthy attention powerpoint presentation (8-11’s)

Self esteem and confidence activities powerpoint (8-11’s)

Thinkuknow Positive and unhealthy attention session plan (8-11’s)

Thinkuknow Self- esteem activity (8-11’s)

Parent’s letter to support positive attention activities

#Liveskills – ThinkUKnow

#Liveskills is a package of resources focusing on live streaming.

Live streaming is increasingly becoming one of the most popular online activities for children and young people. Apps such as Musical.ly, Live.me, Periscope and YouNow are all soaring in popularity, which has seen other well established apps such as Facebook adding live streaming functionss.

#LiveSkills explores the nuanced features of live streaming  and the specific risks children and young people can face.

 Key issues covered

  • The types of tactics offenders use on live streaming platforms
  • Skills to think critically about the people they meet online
  • Identifying and responding to pressure and manipulation online
  • Issues such as low confidence and self-esteem that can make children and young people particularly vulnerable ‘when live’
  • Understanding online sexual abuse and sources of support
  • Building resilience in children and young people
Be Internet Awesome is Google’s new Internet safety curriculum.

Be Internet Awesome is based on five key concepts for kids:

  • Share with care.
  • Don’t fall for fake.
  • Secure your secrets.
  • It’s cool to be kind.
  • When in doubt, talk it out.

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KidsSmart Kidsmart gives you lots of advice on how to stay safe online. There’s a section for kids under 11 years old and a separate section for those over 11 years old.
cbbc-staysafeDo you know how to stay safe online?

Dongle the rabbit will teach you all he knows with his video and quiz.

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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