For our students their online and offline lives are closely linked and here at KES we take our responsibility to educate our young people very seriously through a comprehensive Wellbeing programme and active student involved from our Cyber Ambassadors group and Digital Leaders.
To celebrate Safer Internet Day 2023 KES is proud to be working alongside the Hampshire and Isle of Wight Constabulary to host a Safer Internet Day Student conference.
The Crime Commissioner's Education Partnership Team have produced 8 bite-size online safety videos for adults caring for young people. The inputs cover subjects that parents and Schools have identified as the main area of concern for their children and young people whilst they are online. The videos are between 1 to 8 minutes long and we advise watching them in order.
Introduction - https://youtu.be/B_M6zaizaXE
How do you keep your children safe online? - https://youtu.be/j2l0lp3aAC4
A balanced view - https://youtu.be/xwkxkTAM0AU
CEOP 6 Values - https://youtu.be/Kr5ndZqGXE8
Apps, games and social media - https://youtu.be/ie0l2s_PLwI
Cyberbullying - https://youtu.be/BJwNbDFygkc
Nude and sexting - https://youtu.be/pUw64jAGsjE
Curious conversations - https://youtu.be/1PJZxGsUxkM
Further information and Support
Please find below a list of resources and videos mentioned in the inputs.
NSPCC - Report Remove | NSPCC
Conversations around Nudes - https://youtu.be/XjV0lKYpakk
Please open the PDF to access the links.
NCA-CEOP is a command of the National Crime Agency. As well as being a reporting mechanism, NCA-CEOP works with child protection partners across the UK and overseas to identify the main threats to children, and coordinates activity against these threats to bring offenders to account.
A guide to image sharing - Secondary aged children
Below are a number of useful links about on-line safety. Please see here for detailed information and guidance about social media.
UK Safety Centre
This guide has been created to answer questions and introduce some of the most popular devices, highlighting the safety tools available and empowering parents with the knowledge they need to support their children to use these technologies safely and responsibly.
This website gives advice on how to use the internet safely and what to do if things go wrong. It also contains a very informative section for parents and carers.
Childnet International provide Internet Safety education to pupils at School, as part of our PSHE programme. www.childnet.com is a link to the Childnet website, where you will find a section devoted to parents and carers. Childnet International’s mission is to work in partnership with others around the world to help make the Internet a great and safe place for children. In all its work Childnet seeks to take a balanced approach. On this website you can read about the way they have sought to promote the positive and highlight the creative and inspiring ways children and young people are using the medium for good. You can also read about the ways they have responded to the negative aspects and dangers for children.
Below is a link to sections of a document - compiled by members of the UK Council for Child Internet Safety (UKCCIS) - which draws together the most effective messages for keeping children safe online. This advice has been drawn up to ensure that children and their parents benefit from consistent advice that has been proven to work. Pages in the document contain information about the risks associated with internet use and advice on Chatting, Sharing, Gaming, Content providing (including downloading), Networking (closely relates to ‘sharing’) and Shopping and commerce Please click the link to access the document: UKCCIS
Insafe is a European network of Awareness Centres promoting safe, responsible use of the Internet and mobile devices to young people. More information can be found here
Internet Matters is an organisation providing support to parents to help keep their children safe online. The website offers support and advice about what children may be doing online, what issues could be affecting them, and a how-to-start support programme to help parents with understanding and taking control.