Tag Archives: Online safety

Snapchat’s new Snap Maps feature- what school’s need to know #esafety

Last week, Snapchat announced a new feature to their photo and video sharing app called ‘Snap Maps’,  which allows users to share and access ‘snaps’ by location. “We’ve built a whole new way to explore the world! See what’s happening, … Continue reading

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Kayleigh’s Love Story – New film produced by Leicestershire Police

A film about how a 15-year-old Leicestershire schoolgirl was groomed online by a stranger and subsequently raped and murdered has made available to watch online and could be used as an educational resource. Kayleigh’s Love Story – FactSheet Kayleigh’s Love Story … Continue reading

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Online Safety Storybooks

Inspiring children (and indeed grown-ups) to engage in the online safety agenda doesn’t always have to mean that a high-tech approach is always needed! Sometimes a storybook can be a fantastic and yet simple way to help adults explore ideas, … Continue reading

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