New and updated Think U Know resources from CEOP

Brand new and updated resources are now available from CEOP in time for Safer Internet Day (9th Feb 2010) 

“Lee and Kim’s Adventures: Animal Magic”. New KS1/Foundation Stage Resource

Lee and Kim’s adventure is a cartoon which features Lee and his sister Kim playing on their favourite online game “Animal Magic”.  The video explains the dangers of sharing personal information and introduces Superhero SID who protects children on the internet! The video includes SID’s song which along with several lesson plans and activities (including mask, puppets, games and song sheets) can be downloaded separately.

These resources are suitable for Foundation Stage (Some content is still to be released) and Key Stage One – although adults and Key Stage Two children are sure to enjoy and learn from the show too!

You need to be registered at to be able to download all the resources.


Version 3 Think U Know Presentation: KS3/4

The Think U Know presentation for 11 to 16 yr olds has been updated and re-launched. It includes sections on Sexting, Spim and Cyberbullying as well as new video content and has 5 supporting lesson plans to accompany the resource. To download all the 11-16 content you must be a registered Think U Know trainer.


New Online Surveys

Due to demand, CEOP are now providing online surveys for staff and students – links can be found below.

Hector’s World survey (for teachers to complete)

ThinkUKnow 8-10 survey (for pupils from 8-10 to complete)

ThinkUKnow 11-16 survey (for pupils from 11-16 to complete)



Also don’t forget to register your plans for SID10 on the Activity Map!


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