Select a secodary school resource from the list below for more details:

Age: Secondary 11 to 16

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Practical advice and teaching activities from the people at Childnet to help educators explore esafety with young people with autism spectrum disorders in Key Stage 3 and 4.

 More about the STAR SEN Toolkit

Age: Secondary

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Know IT All Secondary Toolkits from the people at Childnet contain a wide range of esafety resources for secondary school pupils.

 More about the Know IT All Secondary Toolkits

Age: Secondary

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A practical educational sexting resource from the people at Childnet that addresses and questions the sensitive issue of sending sexually explicit messages or photos electronically.

The pack comprises of a 25-minute play script and lesson plans that seek to educate and enlighten young people about the consequences of creating and sending indecent images.

 More about Picture This

Age: Secondary 11 to 15

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View Childnet's award winning film Let's Fight It Together, that helps sensitise people to the hurt and pain that can be caused by cyberbullying. The film shows ways in which cyberbullying can occur, who it involves, how it can affect different people, and what can be done to prevent it and respond to it.

 More about Let’s Fight it Together

Age: Secondary

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This drama by Childnet for secondary aged pupils was written and devised by a group of young people. It records the drama process through documentary film and captures the casts' changing attitudes. The aim is to encourage other young people to create their own responses to digital citizenship issues, such as cyberbullying.

 More about Laugh at it, you’re part of it

Age: Secondary

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Childnet's Jenny’s Story is a hard hitting film for secondary pupils based on the true story of Jenny* a young teenager who chats to a stranger online using Instant Messenger. The film shows how through online chatting, Jenny reveals personal information which results in her being contacted in real life, and ultimately hurt.

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Age: Secondary 11 to 16

This CEOP/ThinkYouKnow film follows Matt as he explores a new relationship with someone he meets online. They decide to meet offline, but the ‘girl’ Matt was expecting turns out to be very different. Click on the Key Stage 3/4 tab of the website.

 More about Matt Thought He Knew

Age: Secondary 14 to 17

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This CEOP/ThinkYouKnow looks at the sharing of self-taken indecent images, Exposed is aimed at 14 to 17 year olds, although in practice you may feel the resource is suitable for those outside of this age range.

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Age: Secondary

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This CEOP/ThinkYouKnow 18-minute film, which is entitled Exploited, and is aimed at secondary school pupils, tells the story of a teenager who becomes involved with a group that is sexually exploiting a 14-year-old girl. In contrast, the film also looks at a healthy relationship in terms of setting boundaries and mutual respect.

 More about Exploited

Age: Secondary

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The CEOP/ThinkYouKnow This Is Abuse guide contains ideas for setting out lesson plans to help young people to recognise abusive behaviours in their relationships. Select the Key Stage 3/4 tab.

 More about This is Abuse

Age: Secondary

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A CEOP/ThinkYouKnow assembly pack explores the benefits but also the risks and consequences of using webcams. Select the Key Stage 3/4 tab. 

 More about Webcam with confidence

Age: Secondary

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This CEOP/ThinkYouKnow film follows a group of young people who compete to get the most ‘likes’ online. What starts out as filming practical jokes soon gets out of hand. Select the Key Stage 3/4 tab.

 More about First to a million

Age: Secondary

This CEOP/ThinkYouKnow very hard hitting drama follows the story of Tom who believes he’s communicating with a ‘friend’ called Jack online. Jack invites him over to his house where his ‘brother’ answers the door. Jack doesn’t exist and the consequences are severe. Select the Key Stage 3/4 tab.

 More about Tom’s story

Age: Secondary 11 to 16

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A CEOP/ThinkYouKno film which addresses many issues that young people face online. The film also demonstrates common offender behaviour. Select the Key Stage 3/4 tab. 

 More about Consequences

Age: Secondary 11 to 16

This CEOP/ThinkYouKnow story of Clare follows the online exploitation of a young girl by an older man. Select the Key Stage 3/4 tab.

 More about Clare thought she knew

Age: Secondary 11 to 16

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Safe is a programme of practical activities that develop young people's skills, self-confidence and safety awareness when using social networking sites. Designed to work on safe social networks, the free materials and teacher resources will enable a school to easily deliver engaging activities and develop digital literacy skills.

 More about Safe

Age: Secondary 11 to 16

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For many lesbian, gay and bisexual young people the internet is a vital source of support and information on gay issues that they aren't getting at school or at home. However, the internet can also pose real risks for young people, from cyberbullying to grooming and sexual exploitation. Find information from the charity Stonewall.

 More about Staying Safe Online (LGBT)


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