The Safety Net Training programme equips teachers with the confidence and skills to teach their pupils how to keep safe online. The training deals with teaching the children the dangers of sharing too much personal information with strangers, sexting, gaming, grooming, fake news and how it leads to radicalisation.
The homework books are toolkits to take messages to parents and engage them with this subject and for them to support the learning of their children and hopefully persuade them to attend parent workshops on internet safety in your school.
- Children know how to keep safe online.
- Children to understand the potential dangers the internet can bring.
- To recognise grooming and techniques used online through social media and gaming.
- Not to share personal information.
- Raise awareness of Fake News.
- Being able to discuss this subject more openly with their parents and teachers.
- To create awareness and enable pupils to discuss the possible dangers of the internet.
- To develop questioning techniques, ideas and develop critical thinking around internet safety.
- To develop the knowledge of pupils of the importance of not sharing personal information.
- To warn children of the techniques of online predators who may want to bully, blackmail groom or radicalise a young person.
- To create awareness of the dangers of sexting.
- How to tell a trusted adult if the pupil has a concern or made to feel uncomfortable.
- Being able to discuss sensitive subjects openly at home with parents.
- Knowing how to keep safe online.
- Knowing the dangers their online actions could lead to.
- Understanding what is personal information and how much to share.
- Understanding that not everyone online is who they say they are.
- Knowing how to tell someone if they have a concern or feels uncomfortable.
- Parents to become more involved in whet their child is doing online and with social media.
- Knowing Fake News and grooming can lead to child sexual exploitation, radicalisation, joining gangs and other groups with evil intent.
“I wish I had known of these possible risks the Internet exposes my child to. I had no idea.”
Parent of 9-year-old, Essex.
Please contact us if you would like more information on this module and the next up and coming training days.