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Coronavirus: An explainer

Ages: 5-11

Use this video to teach the children in your care about the Coronavirus. It uses child friendly language and engaging animation to explain this tricky topic. The video explains what the virus is, how it can spread and what we can all do to make everyone safer.

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Coronavirus: Story Book

Ages: 5-11

Read this storybook with your child to help them learn more about the Coronavirus. This engaging and colourful storybook will give them an understanding of what the virus is, how it can spread and what we can do to make everyone safer. Younger children may need an adult to read this to them.

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Coronavirus: Activity

Ages: 5-11

These worksheets support the learning from the Coronavirus video and storybook. The first worksheet creates an opportunity for children to express their emotions around Coronavirus. The second worksheet contains a task which encourages them to tackle fake news and misinformation related to the Coronavirus.

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Daily Schedule

Ages: 5-7 and 7-11

Plan out your home learning and activities using this daily schedule.

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Important Contacts

Ages: 7-18 (with an adult)

Encourage your child to help out your elderly relatives or neighbours by creating an easy-to-use contacts list for them while they self-isolate.

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Helping in the Community

Ages: 7-18 (with an adult)

Make a positive difference in your community & offer support to vulnerable or isolated people.

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Primary Resources

Influencers

Ages: 7-11

This lesson looks at what an influencer is, what they do, how they make money and a couple of things for your pupils to be wary of when watching & following their favourite gamers, creators and celebs.

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Random Acts of Kindness

Ages: 7-11

Inspired by ‘Random Acts of Kindness Day’, this lesson looks at what kindness is, why it is important and how we can help play our part in a kinder world.

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Fake News

Ages: 7-11

This lesson aims to give children the skills and knowledge to identify and challenge Fake News, whether they see it online, in the newspaper or on TV.

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Image Sharing

Ages: 10-11

This lesson looks at consent for the use of images, as well as what to do if you see or even share an indecent image online. The task allows children to reflect on how easily and how far an image can spread online.

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PEGI Age Ratings

Ages: 7-11

This lesson teaches children all about the age ratings which are used on games. We use some fun screen recordings of games to stimulate discussion around online safety when gaming. Children (and maybe even adults) will learn the PEGI ratings for popular games such as Fortnite, Minecraft and FIFA.

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Passwords

Ages: 7-11

This lesson teaches primary children about one of the most important aspects of online safety: passwords. They will learn what makes a password safer, all of the do’s and don’ts and why we need strong passwords. This lesson includes a fun worksheet which allows children to practice creating their own password.

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Family Screen Time Pack

Ages: 7-11

Establish flexible and structured boundaries for children regarding their use of electronic devices.

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Be a Cyber-hero

Ages: 7-11

Help young people in your care become Cyberheroes against villainous online bullies.

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Secondary Resources

Influencers


Ages:
11-15

This lesson looks at what an influencer is, what they do, how they make money and a couple of things for your young people to be wary of when watching & following their favourite gamers, creators and celebs.

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Fake News


Ages:
11-15

This lesson aims to give young people the skills and knowledge to identify and challenge Fake News, whether they see it online, in the newspaper or on TV.

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Image Sharing
(Lower and Middle Secondary)

Ages: 11-15

This lesson looks at sexting – what it is, what the law is and how we should respond to it. Young people are presented with scenarios which will allow for discussion around image sharing/sexting.

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Image Sharing
(Upper Secondary)

Ages: 16-18

This lesson looks at sexting – what it is, what the law is and how we should respond to it. Young people are presented with scenarios which will allow for discussion around image sharing/sexting.

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Lied about their birthday?


Ages:
13-15

Turn back the clock and change their virtual age to their real age to help make the children and young people in your care safer online.

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Should you stream it?


Ages:
13-18

Guide the young people in your care to become safer streamers with this traffic light system.

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Age Verification


Ages:
12-14

This lesson is aimed at Lower Secondary young people who have turned or who are about to turn 13 (the age you need to be to use most popular apps). It points out the dangers of using the incorrect age and the benefits of using their correct age. It also contains a homework to allow your pupils and their parents to check that they are using the correct age for the apps they use.

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Recommended Resources

NSPCC Pants Lesson


Ages:
13-15

The NSPCC have put together a lesson which allows you to have a conversation with children about staying safe from sexual abuse. It uses child-friendly language to structure a conversation around this issue.

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Internet Matters – Cyberbullying


Ages:
6-18

Internet Matters provide you with a conversation guide for talking to your child about Cyber Bullying.

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Childnet – Parents and Carers Toolkit


Ages:
6-18

This toolkit created by the UK Safer Internet Centre and Childnet provides three resources that offer practical tips and advice on different aspects of keeping your child safe online. They can help support parents and carers of any age child to start discussions about their online life, to set boundaries around online behaviour and technology use, and to find out where to get more help and support. 

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Time to come in, Bear


Ages:
5-7

A children’s story about Social Distancing.

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