News Tagged 'e-safety'

Wild Web Woods

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Wild Web WoodsWild Web Woods in an Internet safety game commissioned by the Council of Europe:

This game is part of the Council of Europe programme ‘Building a Europe for and with children.’  It’s aims are to get people to know and respect children’s rights and to protect children from any kind of violence. The United Nations ...

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Online Stranger Danger

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Online stranger dangerThis post provides a collection of Online Stranger Danger videos which could be useful end of term viewing, for anyone still in school.

The summer holiday is a time when many children will spend more time alone and maybe online. A timely reminder of keeping them selves safe would be a useful end of term exercise. Reminding pupils that anyone can use any picture and appear to be any age online ...

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Kent Online Safety Policy Updates

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Online Safety policyThe Kent Online Safety policy template and supporting guidance has been updated by   The Education Safeguarding Team  for September 2017. These documents are very like the ones that the Oxfordshire Team used to develop for schools, they were useful then, so these may be now!

Updates within the template and guidance include:

▪     Reordered layout

▪     Updated content regarding social media

▪     Updated content regarding the use of mobile phones and ...

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Gooseberry Planet

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Gooseberry PLanetGooseberry Planet offers a complete toolkit to teach children about online safety, the use of social media, cyber bullying and grooming with lesson plans that depend on gamification to inspire and motivate children.

“Children love playing games and Gooseberry Planet is a fun way to present Internet safety situations to them. The software platform facilitates the participation of parents and teachers to discuss with their children/students ...

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Social Networks Awareness – NSPCC Net Aware

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social mediaThe NSPCC Net Aware website has lots of information about social networks relating to children’s use of these sites which may be useful for teachers and parents alike.

The site catalogues 49 of the best known social networking sites and provides a page about each one in turn, saying: what children think of them, what parents think of ...

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