The description from the site ((link) Ofsted) reads as follows:
Safeguarding in a digital world: Guidance for learning providers
This BBC podcast features an interview with child psychologist Dr Tanya Byron, who talks about online safety.
VIDEO: Highly recommended - the description from the site reads:
From Netsafe, these resources offer a "system of policies, procedures and acceptable use agreements is one of the key components of a school cybersafety programme". Click (link) HERE to access the resources.
(link) VIDEO: This video covers the tricky subject of inadvertent bullying and how schools can address it. The description from the site reads:
(link) VIDEO: The description from the site reads "Cyberbulling is an issue for staff and pupils at both primary and secondary level.
(link) VIDEO: The description from the site reads "At Bradon Forest School, Purton, a drama is played out in a PSHE lesson, depicting a cyber bully accused of posting a picture online without consent. ICT is also used to help create storyboards.
(link) This web site helps secondary students explore their own beliefs about where to draw the line with face to face and online behaviors. It provides a platform for young people to talk to each other about what is appropriate in respectful behaviors.
BLOG POST / VIDEOS: These are are a series of (link) Digital Citizenship video resources from Hoover, Alabama Schools and Common Sense Media. There are descriptions around what each video contains and how long it is.