Online safety @school
|We have been using these books as part of our Online Safety workshops.
A great way to prompt discussions around Online Safety issues.
|Well done to this years Online Safety Competition Winners – 2018
Each year Bolton SICT run an Online Safety Competition for all our schools, once again we had a fabulous response from all the schools that entered – just glad the curriculum team are not on the judging panel 🙂
Well done to our Online Safety Competition Winners
Programming category – Beaumont Primary School
Media category– The Valley Primary School
Art & DT category – Sunning Hill Primary School – their art work can be seen on our displays in our training rooms, as well as some of the other schools.
Remember, put next year’s date in your diary for #SID19 – Tuesday 5th February 2019
To see all the work our schools did for #SID18 click here
New Resource from ThinkUKnow
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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