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Subject: Facebook

The guide is aimed at educators working with young people within schools, colleges, universities, work based learning, formal and informal learning settings.

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Subject: Bullying

Resources and strategies for educators who have students that are the target of bullying, who want to help a friend who has been bullied, or who have engaged in bullying behaviour.

 More about the Facebook Bullying Guide

Subject: Bullying

Read this key document to find important information and clear advice that helps schools understand the issues related to cyberbullying, including legal issues, and how to prevent and respond to cyberbullying incidents. Review how your school can incorporate the messages of this guidance into the anti-bullying policy.

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Subject: Social Networking

Read this key document to find important information and clear advice that helps schools understand the issues related to cyberbullying, including legal issues, and how to prevent and respond to cyberbullying incidents. Review how your school can incorporate the messages of this guidance into the anti-bullying policy.

 More about Social networking - A guide for teachers

Subject: Gaming

Internet safety advice is directly applicable to the gaming environment. It is essential that children are aware of the potential issues and are given the skills and knowledge to help manage and reduce these risks, with the help of those around them.

 More about Online gaming: an introduction for parents and teachers

Subject: Sexting

Find advice and support around what to do and how to handle a sexting incident or disclosure at school. Information by Charlotte Aynsley, Teresa Hughes and Sharon Girling.

 More about dealing with a sexting incident at school

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