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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’

Online Safety Consequences: Assembly for 11-16 Year Olds

This is a video created by the Child Exploitation and Online Protection command (CEOP), this video looks at the what could happen if a person does not keep their information private when online. The video shows the audience member how easy it is to piece together information about a person, and use that information to find them and prey on them.

Online Safety Jigsaw for 8 – 10 Year Olds – Polish (Subtitled)

This is a free to access resource, available through YouTube. The video is 8 minutes and 33 seconds long. The video looks at online safety, during the video young people are interviewed in relation to what information they give to people in the real world. they are then asked about what they people online. This resource teaches the importance of privacy settings, and the reporting of such issues. This video is in English, but has Polish subtitles.

Internet Safety – Newsround Caught on the Web

This video is available through YouTube, and is free to access. The video is 14 minutes 22 seconds long and looks at the issues surrounding internet safety. The video includes the stories of 3 youths who have had issues online.

Online Safety Jigsaw for 8 – 10 Year Olds (Subtitled)

This is a free to access resource, available through YouTube. The video is 8 minutes and 33 seconds long. The video looks at online safety, during the video young people are interviewed in relation to what information they give to people in the real world. they are then asked about what they people online. This resource teaches the importance of privacy settings, and the reporting of such issues. This video includes English subtitles.

Kayleigh’s Love Story

Kayleigh’s Love Story is a film about aspects of the last 13 days of the life of 15 year old Kayleigh Haywood. If shown in the cinema, this video would have a 15 rating so please watch with caution. Stop and think before you meet someone online, you don’t always know who you are talking to.

Online Safety Consequences: Assembly for 11-16 Year Olds (Audio Described)

This is a video created by the Child Exploitation and Online Protection command (CEOP), this video looks at the what could happen if a person does not keep their information private when online. The video shows the audience member how easy it is to piece together information about a person, and use that information to find them and prey on them. This video is in English with audio description.

Know Your Friends with Josh & Sue

An animation providing basic information about how to stay safe and protect yourself online. This is aimed at children and young people with mild- moderate special educational needs.

Online Safety Consequences: Assembly for 11-16 Year Olds (Polish Subtitles)

This is a video created by the Child Exploitation and Online Protection command (CEOP), this video looks at the what could happen if a person does not keep their information private when online. The video shows the audience member how easy it is to piece together information about a person, and use that information to find them and prey on them. This video is in English, but as Polish subtitles.

Safe Web Surfing: Top Tips for Kids and Teens Online

This video was created by wellcast, and is freely available through youtube with no login or subscription required. The aim of this 5 minute video is to give kids and teens tips for staying safe online. This includes using privacy settings, not posting personal information online, extending internet safety to your phone, handling hacking sensibly, and two step verification .

Online Safety Consequences: Assembly for 11-16 Year Olds (Subtitled)

This is a video created by the Child Exploitation and Online Protection command (CEOP), this video looks at the what could happen if a person does not keep their information private when online. The video shows the audience member how easy it is to piece together information about a person, and use that information to find them and prey on them. This video is in English with English subtitles.

Play, Like, Share: Episode 1

This is Play Like Share Episode 1/3 from Thinkuknow, the NCA-CEOP Command’s education programme. Play Like Share aims to help 8-10 year olds learn how to stay safe online. This video is 6 minutes 55 seconds long, and animated.

Being Safe on the Internet

The internet can be an amazing place to explore, but it’s also good to practice online safety. Some tips include being careful about sharing personal information, reporting anyone who makes you feel uncomfortable, and getting familiar with privacy settings.

Play, Like, Share: Episode 2

This is Play Like Share Episode 2/3 from Thinkuknow, the NCA-CEOP Command’s education programme. Play Like Share aims to help 8-10 year olds learn how to stay safe online. This video is 6 minutes 25 seconds long, and animated.

Being Safe Online

Being connected to your friends, family, and everyone else online can be amazing, but nothing we do online is really private, including social media, text messages and even the apps you use on your phone.

Play, Like, Share: Episode 3

This is Play Like Share Episode 3/3 from Thinkuknow, the NCA-CEOP Command’s education programme. Play Like Share aims to help 8-10 year olds learn how to stay safe online. This video is 6 minutes 55 seconds long, and animated.

Internet Safety: How to Stay Safe Online (BSL)

This video gives tips and advice for young people about how to stay safe online. This video is specifically made for young people who are hard of hearing or deaf as the entire video is both signed and subtitled.

Lucy and the Boy: Be Share Aware

Lucy loves sharing, but sometimes it’s important to know what it right and wrong to share. This video is a quick look at how sharing things online can lead to consequences that you might not be comfortable with.

Online Safety Jigsaw for 8-10 Year Olds

This is a free to access resource, available through youtube. The video is 8 minutes and 33 seconds long. The video looks at online safety, during the video young people are interviewed in relation to what information they give to people in the real world. they are then asked about what they people online. This resource teaches the importance of privacy settings, and the reporting of such issues.

Stay Safe; Don’t Send

Stay Safe; Don’t Send is an animated film telling the story of Mary Anne who gets into difficulties when sharing a photo online. This video was made by Gypsy and Traveller young people to raise awareness amongst their peers about how to stay safe online.