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Young people and Online Safety

SSCT produced Click&Play for Online Bullying
Aimed at KS3, 4 and 5 This session is designed to ensure young people are aware of the laws relating to their online behaviour. Content includes laws relating to online bullying and threats (including hate) how it can affect the recipient and how to respond. In addition to this there is clear signposting for further advice and support. Click on the photo above to launch the presentation.
SSCT produced Click&Play for Sexting
Aimed at KS3, 4 and 5 This session will help students understand the pressures on young people to take and share indecent images and the consequences in doing so. The session outlines how to manage the situation, how to remove the image and the law in relation to sexting including advice on how schools and the police can deal. The session ends with clear signposting for young people to access further support. Click on the photo above to launch the presentation.
SSCT produced Click&Play for Grooming
Aimed at KS3, 4 and 5 This session explores how young people can be groomed and exploited online. The session encourages students to think about their online relationships and consider whether their ‘online friends’ are really ‘friends’. We focus on the signs of grooming, what to do if things go wrong or don’t feel right and where to access support. Click on the photo above to launch the presentation.

External resources for Young people and Bullying

Stand Up to Bullying – CBBC

Aimed at KS2

Video resources to start discussions in class. From how bullying makes you feel to why do people bully.

 

Rise Above for Schools

Aimed at KS3/4

Rise Above for Schools from Public Health England provides free PSHE resources that support secondary school teachers when promoting positive health, wellbeing and resilience among young people aged 11 to 16 (Key Stage 3 and Key Stage 4).

Use this resource to explore the meaning and impact of bullying and cyberbullying. 

After the lesson, students can describe the meaning of bullying and cyberbullying, understand the impact this can have on an individual and explain where to seek support and advice on bullying and cyberbullying

 

Online CPD Training for Professionals (Bullying Alliance)

Aimed at Professionals

As part of our All Together programme the Anti-bullying Alliance has developed a suite of free online training for anyone that works with children and young people. The programme was particularly developed to reduce levels of bullying of disabled children and those with special educational needs (SEN) but applies to all children. 

 

The Anti-bullying Alliance also have interactive packs to use for both primary and secondary school students. Click here to see.

Anti- Bullying week

Anti- Bullying week 2021 is the 15th to the 19th November. The Anti-bullying Alliance has created resource packs for both primary and secondary school students. See these here.