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Nude selfies: What parents and carers need to know

Last week, CEOP released a series of four short videos aimed at parents, to educate them about the issues around children and young people sending naked images of themselves and others over the internet and by text message – the process commonly referred to as ‘sexting’. I think the videos are a really good and […]

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Young people and e-safety: LGfL survey

NFER recently conducted a survey – on behalf of the London Grid for Learning (LGfL) – of children and young people in Years 3-9 to establish the ways in which those within the age group access technology and to identify the key risks children and young people of that age are exposed to. The full […]

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Instil Appropriate Online Behaviours

I am delighted to announce that I will be presenting at Optimus Education‘s ‘Instil Appropriate Online Behaviours’ half day briefing in Birmingham on Tuesday 19 May 2015, alongside renowned E-safety Adviser Alan Mackenzie. Consider joining us to find out about: Current and emerging trends in e-safety and online risks; Cyberbullying and sexting; Exposure to risk; […]

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Generate Social Media Posts with Simitator

During Safer Internet Day 2015 pupils in Year 5 at Fagley Primary School, Bradford, were tasked with writing some examples of positive and negative updates that could be written on social media profiles, during lessons about the importance of maintaining a positive digital footprint. Children used the website simitator.com to write the updates and as […]

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Be Share Aware: E-safety Advice from the NSPCC

With a lot of media coverage over the last few weeks, UK children’s charity the NSPCC launched a campaign to educate children and parents on the need to be ‘Share Aware’ – i.e. to understand the risks associated with the over-sharing of important personal information online. I think the two videos and the supporting materials […]

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