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Secondary Esafety Parents Awareness

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on 15 September 2016

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Transcript of Secondary Esafety Parents Awareness

Best mate in real life
Friends of real life friends
The entire school!
Someone you've never met
Someone you play an online game with
Parents
E-safety
Awareness

Talk, Talk, Talk
Any questions?
What will happen on the internet today?
500 m Tweets
6,000 Google
searches
10,000m Facebook messages
200 million hours of You Tube video watched
What are the risks?
How can we keep up and stay in touch?
How can we give support?
What's the best way to talk about the risks?
What are realistic boundaries?
This Presentation
The Internet is on the move
Do you know your child's favourite online activity?
Talk to them
Understand what they're doing
Discuss the safety issues
Before we impose rules...
A place to make new friends?
A place to stay in touch?
Why is internet safety important?
What is an online friend?
When the time is right, talk to your child about...
Who they're chatting to online?
When and how did they meet?
How to think about different kinds of "friends"
The sort of information they're sharing
How to use privacy settings each time they post
Boundaries around meeting up in real life
Digital Footprint
What are the facts?
70%
use a phone camera to go online
Survey 2016
2,600
Year 9 students
Leicestershire
30%
of these have been harrassed or threatened
Most popular
45%
say are are, or may be, addicted
10%
have met up offline
35%
went on their own
8%
said the person had lied about who they were
24%
have received threats or harassment
had unwanted contact from a stranger
7%
sent a self-taken indecent picture or video
Are they mature enough to manage their own safety on social networks?
Cyberbullying - what's different?
-can happen 24/7
-spreads like wildfire
-hard to remove
-can keep re-appearing
-who's responsible?
-can keep the evidence
Think before you share
If you would be uncomfortable
sharing it in real life
then don't do it online!
Sexualisation of Children
Children and young people
are very likely to
come across online
pornography
It's best to talk... sooner rather than later
It can put both girls and boys under pressure
Explain that the real world is not like that
Talk about the importance of relationships
Online Games
Is it part of a healthy balanced lifestyle?

Take notice of the age ratings
...and content information
Think about boundaries
Set time limits
Encourage regular breaks - 5 mins every 45
Get them to think before sharing pictures or videos
Help them to think about sharing personal information
Who will they talk to for help and support?
Use blocking and reporting tools
Balance your own anxieties with their desire for independance and privacy
Where is the risk?
Digital Dirt Film
32%
said their parent was not interested in their online use
Secondary
23%
www.thinkuknow.co.uk
CEOP Film
Consequences
Radicalisation and Extremism
ISIS and other extremists groom young people on social media and in popular games
Instagram 80%
Snapchat 74%
Facebook 70%
Facetime 67%
Skype 59%
Whatsapp 53%
ooVoo 46%
64%
Play computer games
%
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