Monthly Archives: January 2016

Cybersense – New App for Parents/Carers from Internet Matters

CyberSense is Intern Matters new app designed to help parents and carers talk about online safety issues with their children to ensure that they make smart choices to stay safe online. The app is aimed at children aged between 8-10 to help … Continue reading

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BBC3 docudrama on the life of Breck Bednar – online grooming resources for schools

Tonight (Tuesday 26th January 2016) BBC3 will broadcast a new docudrama about the murder of 14-year old Breck Bednar after he was groomed online. The programme ‘Murder Games’ sees Breck’s family and friends recount how Breck was manipulated and isolated by Lewis Daynes, then … Continue reading

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New’Educate Against Hate’ website launched

The DfE has announced the launch of a new website called ‘Educate against hate‘ which is designed to offer practical advice and information for parents, teachers and school leaders practical advice about extremism and radicalisation. The website has been created with consultation … Continue reading

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Online Safety – Recent Updates

The government has announced a package of measures to help keep children safe online. These include: a UKCCIS guide to help parents keep their children safer online, content for social media and interactive service providers, updated content for parents/carers on … Continue reading

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