We are really pleased that Sean Arbutnot will be presenting this webinar and giving some useful advice on how we should be talking within the school about radicalisation. Sean Arbuthnot is a training consultant and Prevent Coordinator for Leicestershire where he works to safeguard vulnerable people from extremism and radicalisation. Previously, Sean was a police […]
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A fun game app that’s designed for children between 9 and 13 years. There are a total of 4 levels and each level will help educate you child about being safe online. Plus free parallel Parent App, this lets you track how far your child’s got through the game so you know what they’ve learned, and gives you hints and tips to help you start a conversation and get involved in their learning journey.
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Please join Gooseberry Planet and My Concern on the 2nd April at 4pm With the digital world being an integral part of our lives, we can’t expect it to be any different for our children and young people. In this webinar we will discuss current online risks such as grooming, online bullying, county lines and […]
March 25th at 8.30am Copyrights & Fake News We only have to look at YouTube and see how young adults use very well know artist, but is this breaking the law? Stella James will also explore Fake News and how do we build resilience.
February 25th at 8.30am – Online Gaming. I will explore the language young people are using, plus give you tips on how to engage with your students in the classroom.
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- Copyright in educationMarch 20, 2019 - 8:31 am
- Safeguarding Children and Young People from Social Media DangersMarch 17, 2019 - 6:00 am
- Breck’s last gameMarch 11, 2019 - 3:06 pm
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