Resources from the UK Safer Internet Centre
Online Safety Calendar 2019-2020
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Childnet’s resource bank
Free resources for use with children aged 3-18 and parents/carers, including films, games, quizzes and storybooks.
Crossing the Line: online safety toolkit
A practical online safety toolkit for use in PSHE lessons with films and lesson plans to explore online issues with pupils aged 11-14 years…
Digital Literacy Curriculum from SWGfL
A set of age-appropriate lesson plans and resources to develop digital literacy skills in children from KS1 through to KS4 based on Common…
Childnet’s Guide to Online Safety in the Computing Curriculum
Guide exploring the key learning aims related to online safety in the Computing curriculum for each key stage and sharing key resources to…
ENABLE – Pan-European anti-bullying programme from SWGfL
Enable is a new programme which helps schools tackle bullying in a holistic way, combining social and emotional learning with peer support.
Childnet’s area for Teachers and Professionals
Teaching resources, advice for you as a professional and a staff e-safety INSET presentation you can use in your school.
Childnet Digital Leaders Programme
Pupil powered e-safety programme that trains children and young people to be peer educators.
A collection of resources for schools to help prevent and respond to cyberbullying.
Facebook Checklist from SWGfL
A checklist with tips on safety and privacy features for Facebook. Updated July 2019 so contains the very latest privacy and safety updates. Order hard copies from our online store www.swgflstore.com.
Instagram Checklist from SWGfL
A checklist with tips on safety and privacy features for Instagram
Twitter Checklist from SWGfL
A checklist with tips on safety and privacy features for Twitter. Updated Sept 2018. Order hard copies from our online store www.swgflstore.com.
Snapchat Checklist from SWGfL
A checklist with tips on safety and privacy features for Snapchat. Order hard copies from our online store www.swgflstore.com .
In this resource from Barefoot Computing pupils programme a BeeBot through a snakes and ladders style online safety game.
Stop, think…do I consent?
In this activity, pupils learn about the terms and conditions of a variety of social media organisations.