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A range of materials from CEOP/ThinkYouKnow including teachers notes and foundation lesson plans following the adventures of Lee and Kim. Select the SEN tab on the ThinkYouKnow website.

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A film by CEOP/ThinkYouKnow which uses analogies to portray the risks of posting personal details online for everyone to see. Select the SEN tab on the ThinkYouKnow website. 

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The 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. Select the SEN tab on the ThinkYouKnow website. 

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Focussing on 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. Select the SEN tab on the ThinkYouKnow website. 

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This 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 SEN tab on the ThinkYouKnow website. 

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Very hard hitting drama following 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 SEN tab on the ThinkYouKnow website. 

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A film which addresses many issues that young people face online. The film also demonstrates common offender behaviour. Select the SEN tab on the ThinkYouKnow website. 

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