Safer Internet Day 2015 – New Resources and Links

10th February 2015 saw schools and settings throughout Kent and beyond celebrate Safer Internet Day. Events included special whole school assemblies, pupil surveys, talks for parents, competitions, digital pledges, DigiDuck story time sessions, classroom activities, Lync (video conferencing) sessions, pupil led assemblies by e-Safety champions,  and more!

To celebrate all of the wonderful new content created specially for Safer Internet Day 2015 I’ve collated a list of new and updated resources and links and this post will be updated throughout the week.

Please feel free to add any links and recommendations of new resources created to celebrate the “Let’s create a better internet together” message  in the comments section below.

UK Safer Internet Centre:

CEOP:

BBC

The BBC have published new resources regarding their “Be Smart” campaign #besmart

NSPCC

Kent

News and reports

Others (including Industry and organisations)

Please be aware that these links may not work if content on external sites is changed, removed or updated. Inclusion is not an endorsement by KCC. Any key stages mentioned  are suggestions only and schools/settings/professionals  should always check that resources are appropriate before using with children and young people.

With thanks to the wonderful Twitter community for sharing, retweeting and more including: UK Safer Internet Centre, Childnet, Think U KnowNSPCC, Internet MattersVicki ShotboltKarl Hopwood, Adam Welche-Safety AdviserAnnie Mullins, Zoe Breen, Laura Higgins, Sonia Livingstone, Simon Finch, Alan Earl, Ken Corish, Charlotte Aynsley, Andy PlaceSangeet Bhullar, Centre for Child Protection

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