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The CEOP Command’s Thinkuknow programme provides resources, training and support for professionals who work directly with children and young people. Our films, learning activities and other resources are developed in response to intelligence from child protection experts within the CEOP Command. They are designed to help children and young people keep themselves safe from sexual abuse and exploitation by developing skills in identifying and avoiding risk, learning how best to protect themselves and their friends, and knowing how to get support and report abuse if they do encounter difficulties. A wide range of resources for use with parents and carers are also available. All resources are downloadable for FREE once users have registered to the site. You can also download our new report on effective practice in prevention education, produced in partnership with the PSHE Association.

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Internet Safety Training for Parents and Families It’s been a long day. We had a really productive cluster meeting in the morning (more on his later). However, the main point of this post it to talk about tonight’s event. I thought it was outstanding. First of all we had a turn out from over 100 parents, representing over 250 pupils within the school. For a parent event that was not a parents evening, I was amazed. Create, format, or delete a hyperlink Microsoft Office Word creates a hyperlink for you when you press ENTER or the SPACEBAR after you type the address of an existing Web page, such as What do you want to do? Create a customized hyperlink to a document, file, or Web page Create a hyperlink to a blank e-mail message Create a hyperlink to a location in the current document or Web page

EU Kids Online - EU Kids Online - Research - Department of Media and Communications EU Kids Online is a multinational research network. It seeks to enhance knowledge of European children's online opportunities, risks and safety. It uses multiple methods to map children's and parents' experience of the internet, in dialogue with national and European policy stakeholders. It has been funded by the EC’s Better Internet for Kids programme. The new Ofsted e-safety framework: is your school ready? From this September, Ofsted has issued new guidelines in regards to e-safety provision in schools. This basically means that during an inspection, Ofsted will be on the look out for how the school protects and educates staff and pupils in its use of technology, and what measures the school has in place to intervene and support should a particular issue arise. As the framework is concerned with safeguarding pupils, it has to be a top priority for schools. Many schools might already have effective policies and systems in place, but those who haven't will need to revise their priorities to make sure this features. As a parent, I want to know that my children are safe in school, I want to know that they are empowered with the knowledge to be safe when they go online, and I want to know that staff have a good understanding of what safe means in any context to do with technology.

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Cyberbullying - What we can ALL do to prevent cyberbullying Select Play below to watch ‘Let’s Fight it Together’ Childnet would like to thank Ben Folds and the music publisher Universal Music Publishing Group and Sony BMG (Recording) for granting Childnet permission to use the Ben Folds track “Still Fighting It” for this film and giving written permission for the film to be copied and streamed online for educational usage. Childnet would also like to thank The EDGE production company for part sponsoring the production of this film and the students, staff and governors from Belhus Chase Specialist Humanities College for allowing us to film in their school. How to teach … esafety and digital citizenship In recent weeks, the problem of safe and appropriate use of the internet, and specifically social networking sites, has been brought to the fore. There has been the high-profile incident involving Stella Creasy MP and the feminist campaigner Caroline Criado-Perez, who both received death and rape threats due to their campaign on Twitter supporting women who highlight online abuse. There has also been the tragic suicide of Hannah Smith, who took her own life as a result of the bullying she suffered online through the website. As such, esafety goes beyond staying safe, it's also about how you conduct yourself online – digital citizenship. The importance of esafety and digital citizenship for schools is a significant one; the provision of which will be inspected when Ofsted comes knocking at the door.

Free Tools For Teachers : Windows Movie Maker The sights, sounds and action of a movie are a great way grab your students' attention and bring subjects to life. But who has time to teach and make movie magic? You do - with Windows Movie Maker. In just minutes, you can turn photos and video clips on any subject into interesting movies with special effects, sounds, and captions.

eSafety for Mobile Devices Around half of parents do not use internet controls or filtering software 13 per cent of parents of children aged 5–15 have not heard of such controls.• Parents are even less aware of safeguarding controls for mobile phones and games consoles.• While children are generally aware of how they should behave to stay safe online, they often do not use these strategies. *Filter Through Your WiFi

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Esafety & in-app purchases - iClevedon Thanks to the many parents who have attended the various ‘Meet Your iPad’ sessions. If you haven’t been able to come and would still like to attend, please let us know and we can organise more. One of the areas covered on the evenings was on the topic of in-app purchases, what they are and how parental controls can restrict them among other things. The video below from June last year shows how you can set up restrictions, in particular, turning off the in-app purchases. What the Heck Is Project-Based Learning? You know the hardest thing about teaching with project-based learning? Explaining it to someone. It seems to me that whenever I asked someone the definition of PBL, the description was always so complicated that my eyes would begin to glaze over immediately.

Protecting Children's Privacy - a Guide for Parents Protecting Children’s Privacy – A Guide for Parents, Carers and Educators Published by Paul Bischoff on April 20, 2016 in VPN & Privacy It’s time to have the talk with your child. You peeked at their browser history and, well, it’s time. It’s going to be awkward and uncomfortable for both of you, and things have changed a lot since you were that age. But better to hear it from a parent than learn it from a stranger or God-knows-who online.