Online Safety Updates

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28.2.24 Bullying

The latest bullying research from the DfE makes for upsetting reading  Almost half (40%) of schoolchildren in the UK have been bullied within the past 12 months – with 21% of them experiencing negative changes to their behaviour, including avoiding going to school. In 15% of those cases, the victim’s behaviour suffers to the extent that …

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21.2.24 Self-regulation

Learning to deal with everyday difficulties  The ability to manage our feelings, thoughts and behaviours in effective ways – known as self-regulation – is gained gradually through childhood and into adolescence. It’s acknowledged as a pivotal element in young people’s development but can prove trickier for some children to master than others  In our #WakeUpWednesday guide this week, …

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7.2.24 Online Safety Update

Online video calling with random strangers  It’s hardly a new internet phenomenon – but the recent demise of Omegle has prompted the creation of several similar platforms bidding to fill the vacuum. One such contender is Monkey – a service that randomly connects its users for video calls, using their mobile numbers and Snapchat account details  …

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24/1/24 MyLOL

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17/1/24 Smartphone Safety Tips

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10/1/24 Free Speech vs. Hate Speech

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