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Internet safety resources

Below are some resources that may be useful in schools

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  • CEOP have just released a new Online Blackmail one hour session helping 15 – 18 year olds identify risk and get support when they need it. Included in the pack is:

    • A session plan to help young people recognise the early signs of manipulative, pressurising and threatening behaviour, and identify different people and organisations that can provide help if they need it.
    • Two fictional news article worksheets developed in response to the latest research, intelligence from the NCA, and engagement with professionals and young people

    This resource has been mapped to the curriculum, including Relationships and Sex Education. Online Blackmail has also been awarded the PSHE Association Quality Mark, demonstrating it supports safe and effective teaching practice.  Also available is blackmail information advice for professionals, parents and teens - new articles to help professionals, parents, carers and young people learn more about how blackmail can manifest online:

 

 

Other Resources

E-Safety Professionals Conference 2018 Presentations:

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