BOYS & GIRLS CLUBS SAFER INTERNET TRAINING
Boys & Girls Clubs offer training to youth clubs about keeping safe online, contact us if you are interested in arranging a session for your group.
Awareness sessions can be delivered to club leaders or young people, to make them aware of some of the issues that young people may face online and what they can do to minimise the risks.
Club leaders can also can also access the Thinkuknow Introductory Course, equipping them with the appropriate knowledge to use the Thinkuknow resources and activities with the young people in their clubs.
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By the end of the session participants will have
- Knowledge of how children and young people use the internet and mobile technology
- Knowledge of the nature of online offending against children and young people
- How offenders use the online environment
- Understanding of key risks emerging from young people’s current use of technology
- Educational and organisational responses and policy in this area
- Considered strategies for managing incidents in your setting
For more information on Thinkuknow and to sign up for the online resources, visit the Thinkuknow website.
Toolkits for online delivery (Secondary)
Our original online safety toolkits for face-to-face learning contain 15 minute activities which support young to understand unhealthy behaviours online, and seek help when they need it. We have adapted these toolkits for delivery online.
New formats available include:
- Editable PowerPoint slides with lesson notes
- Editable Google Slides with lesson notes
Please note, some activities from the original toolkits have been removed or amended to ensure all content can be safely delivered online.
The activities cover themes such as:
- online friendships
- social networking
- sharing pictures and videos
Delivering the online safety toolkits remotely
Whether you are teaching face to face or in a virtual classroom, it’s important that you take steps to ensure children are protected.
Our adapted toolkits have been designed with online learning in mind and are suitable for the age-groups for which they are intended to be used. However, it is recommended that professionals look through the toolkits prior to delivery to ensure that the content is suitable for the age and stage of the children they work with. The slides can be edited and adapted to suit the needs of young learners.
For more information and guidance, visit guidance on teaching PSHE remotely.
Google slides link
SAFER INTERNET DAY
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Safer Internet Day 2022 celebrates the amazing range of information and opportunities online, and its potential to inform, connect and inspire us, whilst also looking at how young people can separate fact from fiction.
The campaign focuses on how we can know what to trust online, supporting young people to question, challenge and change the online world. It will explore how influence, persuasion and manipulation can impact young people’s decisions, opinions and what they share online.
To help educators to deliver practical and impactful activities for Safer Internet Day we have created a range of free resources, including; films, lesson plans, assemblies, quick activities and more!
See our available resources below by clicking on the age group that you work with. You will also see links for information about working with parents and carers, and what your organisation can do to get involved.