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E-Safety: Policy context

  • Tuesday, February 26, 2019
Results of a survey of 2,000 young people released on Safer Internet Day found two-thirds of eight to 17-year-olds would feel "disconnected" from the world if they couldn't be online. The finding highlight the integral part played by the internet in children and young people's lives today.

Special Report: E-Safety

The digital world has become an integral part of young people's lives, but amid growing concerns of being exposed to harm, Derren Hayes looks at e-safety projects that work to keep children safe online.

Walk Online

Thurrock-wide roadshows using drama, film, discussion and guidance to help children and young people protect themselves from online sexual exploitation have reached 12,500 children.

Trust Me

Free downloadable resource developed by Childnet International helps protect pupils from online radicalisation by developing their critical thinking.

Cyberbullying: A Storm In a Teacup?

  • Tuesday, August 29, 2017
This paper explores whether cyberbullying creates new victims and has a similar impact on psychological wellbeing as traditional forms of bullying such as physical and relational bullying.

Play Like Share

Films and online resource helps children aged eight to 10 think about manipulative online behaviours in an engaging way.

E-Safety and Online Safeguarding: Policy context

  • Tuesday, August 29, 2017
The potential of the internet to connect, inform and empower young people is unquestionable. However, alongside these undoubted benefits is the potential for the technology to be misused and abused by both young people themselves and adults taking part in criminal acts that threaten the safety of children on- and offline.

Sexting Guidance

Half-day workshop focuses on how teachers and other professionals should respond to incidents of sexting among young people.

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