Tag Archives: Survey

Inquiry into the Impact of Cyberbullying on Social Media on Children and Young People’s Mental Health Published

Last year, Alex Chalk, MP for Cheltenham, in partnership with YoungMinds and The Children’s Society, set up an inquiry into the impact of cyberbullying on children and young people’s mental health. A survey, published today was carried out by YoungMinds and … Continue reading

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NSPCC and LGfL Pupil Online Safety Survey for Safer Internet Day 2018

LGfL DigiSafe  and NSPCC are launching a nationwide  pupil online safety survey for Safer Internet Day 2018 (6th February).   The survey will be open to pupils across Key Stages 2-4 and will be available between the 1st and 28th February to allow as many schools and pupils as possible to take part.  Schools who sign up to up to take part will be contributing to a major piece of academic … Continue reading

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“Life in Likes”: Children’s Commissioner’s Report Published

The Children’s Commissioner has published a report on the effects of social media on 8-to-12-year-olds. In October and November 2017, the Children’s Commissioner conducted 8 focus groups with 32 children aged 8-12 to understand the impact of social media on … Continue reading

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New #esafety resource being developed for 4-7 year olds – Thinkuknow needs you!

Children are now using technology and exploring the online world from a younger age.  Thinkuknow are looking to develop a new resource to help build young children’s (aged 4-7) resilience online and give them the skills to explore all the … Continue reading

Posted in 2017, CEOP, e-Safety, Early Years, Online Safety, Parents, Primary, Survey, Think U Know | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment

CEOP Think U Know: Youth Produced Sexual Images Survey

The CEOP Think U Know team  are looking for  professionals working within schools or police forces to  complete a survey regarding youth produced sexual imagery (‘sexting’). Following the launch of the UKCCIS Guidance ‘Sexting in schools and colleges: Responding to … Continue reading

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Secondary Schools and Colleges: Help shape research into sexting among young people

Sexting is the act of young people sending sexually explicit imagery, primarily between mobile devices, amongst peers.  Much of the attention to date from the media and policy makers regarding sexting, has focussed on the extent of incidents and trying … Continue reading

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Schools: get your pupils involved in a nationwide survey about apps and mobile devices

Leading e-safety charity Childnet wants to hear from young people about how they use their mobile devices and is inviting schools across the UK to get involved! The survey for 11-18s is exploring how young people use mobile devices, such … Continue reading

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Schools: have your say about cyberbullying

Join Childnet’s school consultation into best practices in preventing and responding to cyberbullying: Help inform and shape national cyberbullying strategies Profile your school on a national level Childnet, as part of the UK Safer Internet Centre, is in the process … Continue reading

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