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Safer Internet Day 2019 Resources for Young People

Safer Internet Day 2019 is on February 5th, and we’ve collated information for young people below.

Here are the resources we found for Safer Internet Day 2019 for young people:

Being the best version of yourself online

(Featured resource)HeadStart Wolverhampton worked with Wolverhampton Learning Technologies Team, Stone’s Throw Media, and Wolverhampton primary schools to create three great animated videos around the theme of “Being the Best Version of Yourself Online”. The videos explore the following themes:

  • The Digital 5-A-Day
  • Peer Pressure
  • Respect and Self-Respect

These films are great conversation starters with young people about making the best of modern technology.

Safer Internet Day 2019 Films

(Featured resource)Promotional films from the UK Safer Internet Centre for Safer Internet Day 2019

Bring Your Online Self to School Day

This short film from HeadStart Wolverhampton explores how we can all share the best of ourselves online, being the best version of ourselves when using the internet. This video features young people who behave as they would offline, and then other young people representing how they behave online, but in the ‘real world’

The Best and Worst of Life Online

The internet is amazing. Whether you’re sharing with friends, playing games, or learning new skills, it puts the world at your fingertips. In this video, you see young people reading out the best and worst of comments they have seen online. It shows how good things can make our day so much better, but bad things can have a long lasting effect on the lives of people.

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Digital 5-a-Day

(Featured resource)The Digital 5-a-Day provides a simple framework that reflects the concerns of parents/carers as well as children’s behaviours and needs. It can also act as a base for family agreements about internet and digital device use throughout both the holiday and term time.

Safer Internet Day 2019 Films

(Featured resource)Promotional films from the UK Safer Internet Centre for Safer Internet Day 2019

Positive Effects of Social Media

Social media is everywhere in today’s society, but did you know it can have a positive effect on young people. This article from Teen Shield highlights five positive things that social media helps facilitate for young people.

Being the best version of yourself online

(Featured resource)HeadStart Wolverhampton worked with Wolverhampton Learning Technologies Team, Stone’s Throw Media, and Wolverhampton primary schools to create three great animated videos around the theme of “Being the Best Version of Yourself Online”. The videos explore the following themes:

  • The Digital 5-A-Day
  • Peer Pressure
  • Respect and Self-Respect

These films are great conversation starters with young people about making the best of modern technology.

Safer Internet Day 2019 Films

(Featured resource)Promotional films from the UK Safer Internet Centre for Safer Internet Day 2019

Bring Your Online Self to School Day

This short film from HeadStart Wolverhampton explores how we can all share the best of ourselves online, being the best version of ourselves when using the internet. This video features young people who behave as they would offline, and then other young people representing how they behave online, but in the ‘real world’

Webpage

Digital 5-a-Day

(Featured resource)The Digital 5-a-Day provides a simple framework that reflects the concerns of parents/carers as well as children’s behaviours and needs. It can also act as a base for family agreements about internet and digital device use throughout both the holiday and term time.

Safer Internet Day 2019 Films

(Featured resource)Promotional films from the UK Safer Internet Centre for Safer Internet Day 2019

Positive Effects of Social Media

Social media is everywhere in today’s society, but did you know it can have a positive effect on young people. This article from Teen Shield highlights five positive things that social media helps facilitate for young people.

Being the best version of yourself online

(Featured resource)HeadStart Wolverhampton worked with Wolverhampton Learning Technologies Team, Stone’s Throw Media, and Wolverhampton primary schools to create three great animated videos around the theme of “Being the Best Version of Yourself Online”. The videos explore the following themes:

  • The Digital 5-A-Day
  • Peer Pressure
  • Respect and Self-Respect

These films are great conversation starters with young people about making the best of modern technology.

Safer Internet Day 2019 Films

(Featured resource)Promotional films from the UK Safer Internet Centre for Safer Internet Day 2019

Bring Your Online Self to School Day

This short film from HeadStart Wolverhampton explores how we can all share the best of ourselves online, being the best version of ourselves when using the internet. This video features young people who behave as they would offline, and then other young people representing how they behave online, but in the ‘real world’

Webpage

Digital 5-a-Day

(Featured resource)The Digital 5-a-Day provides a simple framework that reflects the concerns of parents/carers as well as children’s behaviours and needs. It can also act as a base for family agreements about internet and digital device use throughout both the holiday and term time.

Safer Internet Day 2019 Films

(Featured resource)Promotional films from the UK Safer Internet Centre for Safer Internet Day 2019

Positive Effects of Social Media

Social media is everywhere in today’s society, but did you know it can have a positive effect on young people. This article from Teen Shield highlights five positive things that social media helps facilitate for young people.