A magazine for parents offering advice on keeping families safe online
A magazine for parents offering advice on keeping families safe online. Order printed copies online here.

Safeguarding Children Online
BECTA: Safeguarding Children Online

Know IT All
Three resources have been produced by Childnet International to help trainee teachers and NQTs understand the e-safety issues within schools, as well as find advice for their own use of technology.

Parents' and Carers' Guide to the Internet
‘The Parents’ and Carers’ Guide to the Internet’, has been created by CEOP to provide a light hearted and realistic look at what it takes to be a better online parent. The show covers topics such as, talking to your child about the technologies they use and the things they might see, such as pornography.

Secondary Resources
Hwb E-Safety Zone

Hwb E-Safety Zone

The e-Safety zone contains resources, links, advice and support for children and young people, parents/carers and education professionals and promotes safe and responsible use of the internet by all.

Mae'r parth e-Ddiogelwch yn cynnwys adnoddau, dolenni, cyngor a chymorth i blant a phobl ifanc, rhieni/gofalwyr a gweithwyr proffesiynol yn y byd addysg, ac mae'n hybu arferion diogel a chyfrifol wrth ddefnyddio'r rhyngrwyd gan bawb.

Safer Internet Day 2015

Safer Internet Day 2015 Resources

This year’s theme for Safer Internet Day is Let’s create a better internet together. Please check out our resource packs for 3-11 year olds (primary) and 11-19 year olds (secondary), as well as the parent and carer pack, providing lots of great ideas to help schools, youth groups and other organisations get involved in Safer Internet Day 2015.

Thema eleni ar gyfer Diwrnod Defnyddio’r Rhyngrwyd yn Fwy Diogel yw Gadewch i ni greu rhyngrwyd gwell gyda’n gilydd. Cymerwch gipolwg ar ein pecynnau adnoddau ar gyfer plant 3-11 oed (cynradd) a phobl ifanc 11-19 oed (uwchradd), yn ogystal â’r pecyn i rieni a gofalwyr, sy’n cynnwys llawer o syniadau gwych i helpu ysgolion, grwpiau ieuenctid a sefydliadau eraill i gymryd rhan yn Niwrnod Defnyddio’r Rhyngrwyd yn Fwy Diogel 2015.

Facebook Family Safety Centre

Facebook Family Safety Centre

Facebook Family Safety Centre. Safety is an ongoing conversation between parents and kids, teachers and students, companies and the people who use their products and services. Let’s keep talking about safety so that we can all make smart choices, wherever we are.

Today’s teens are growing up in a digital world. Though most adults aren’t as active with social media and new technologies, teens are still looking to them for examples of how to be good citizens—online and offline. That’s why we encourage educators to engage with students online. Please keep in mind that different schools and districts have varying policies about the use of social media in the classroom. Be sure to understand your school’s guidelines. Website link: Facebook Family Safety Centre.

Online Compass

Online Compass

Online Compass is a free online safety self review tool for organisations that work with children and young people.

The tool builds on the success of the award winning 360 degree safe e-safety self review tool.

Online Compass shows you what you nee to do to make the use of technology safer for your group. Having made ratings, it gives you advice on how to improve and the means to get you there. Website link: Online Compass.

Schoolbeat

Schoolbeat.org

SchoolBeat.org is a bilingual site from the All-Wales School Liaison Core Programme, providing information and resources for teachers, pupils and parents to follow up on the lessons provided to primary and secondary school children by our School Community Police Officers.

The website focuses on the three main themes of the Programme; drug and substance misuse, social behaviour and community and personal safety.

New for 2014: PSE materials for Foundation Phase to Key Stage 4 are available to download from the site.

Teachers' Toolkit

Teachers' Toolkit to help parents understand e-safety

Resources created by teachtoday to help your students' parents understand digital technologies and e-safety.

PowerPoint FileLiving with Technology Presentation (10MB PowerPoint File)

Word FileLiving with Technology Speaker Notes (168KB Word File)

Video: Parenting in the Digital AgeVideo: Parenting in the Digital Age (37MB MOV Video File)

If it's on the internet, it must be true!


First2aMillion

First2aMillion

Have you ever done something you regret? Ever shared something and wished you hadn’t? Would you know what to do and where to turn if you did?

It’s a film with a difference – you’re in control. Watch as Aleeya and Tariq battle Jamal for internet fame. Choose the path they take, but be ready for the consequences…

Be Safe e-Safe

Produced by young people, this film highlights the risks associated with social networking websites and how to use them safely.

What's new online?

The internet is constantly changing with new applications and programmes being developed every day. This section is going to try and keep you as up to date as possible on what’s new, cool and link you to some things that we like.

Getting to Know It All

While the internet offers children unparalleled educational resources and entertainment, children and adults need to be aware of the potential risks, to enjoy a safe experience. Download or run this presentation full screen by clicking here (PC .exe file)

 

Getting to Know It All Resources

Script for teachers/presenters
Curriculum Map
 

Year 7 Resources

Year 7 Lesson Plan
Year 7 Teacher Resource 1
Year 7 Teacher Resource 2
Year 7 Pupil Resource
 

Year 8 Resources

Year 8 Lesson Plan
Year 8 Teacher Resource 1
Year 8 Teacher Resource 2
Year 8 Pupil Resource 1
Year 8 Pupil Resource 2
Year 8 Pupil Resource 3
 

Year 9 Resources

Year 9 Lesson Plan
Year 9 Teacher Resource
Year 9 Pupil Resource 1
Year 9 Pupil Resource 2

The Rome Group

A story for young people (11-15 years)

Online Safety Quiz

Get Safe Online Quiz for 11-15 year olds

Young People Safe Online

Internet Safety resouces from Microsoft and MSN

Get Safe Online Quiz for 11-15 year olds.

Key Stages 3 and 4 ICT: Online Safety

This programme outlines simple classroom activities to help teachers to take practical steps to keep pupils safe online and to increase awareness of the potential dangers of internet usage.

 

Childnet International

Know IT All presentation for parents and carers

Know IT All for Trainee Teachers and NQTs
Teachers and Technology: A checklist for trainees and NQTs