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1 1/15 E-Safety Awareness Session March /02/10 Primaryaq.ppt St Michaels Primary School

2 2/15 Aims of this session: To look at how your children are using the Internet To raise awareness of E Safety issues To consider ways of supporting parents/ carers To offer guidance on keeping your child safe

3 3/15 Consider how we use these technologies Young people  Music  Games  Chat  Instant Messaging IM  Blogs  Social Networking Parents / Carers   Shopping  Booking holidays  Research

4 4/15 Some of the technologies your child is experiences to daily … BLOGS Podcasting Instant messaging Gaming sites Social networking Chat Rooms Mobile phones Video broadcasting Music Download sites Wikies Which does your child use ? Text P2P file-sharing

5 5/15 Blog is short for web log or online diary Easy to create and use Easy to add comments and share ideas or opinions BLOGS 1% of parents thought their child blogged 33% of children used blogs 67% of parents didn’t know what a blog was Stats by UK Children Go Online

6 6/15 Are our children and young people aware of the risks?

7 7/15 Camera phones Text messages MP3 player Mobile TV Mobile phones Downloads Internet access Anytime  Anywhere Chat and IM

8 8/15 Podcasting is publishing radio style sound recordings on a website. It’s like a radio show stored as an MP3 file. By podcasting, you can broadcast to the world without the need for specialist equipment or a licence. It is a great way to share work Podcasting Podcast’ (from ‘ipod’ and ‘broadcast’)

9 9/15 Chat Rooms are websites or part of websites that provide an area for communities with common interests to chat in real time. Many  Many Instant Messaging IM is a way of communicating with another individual in real time across the internet using text-based not voice communication. One  One Chat Rooms Instant messaging 79% of children use IM 29% of parents don’t know what IM is Stats from Get I.T. safe NCH 11 – 16 year olds

10 10/15 Wikies

11 11/15 Social networking Based on the idea of networking with friends and friends of friends 49% of the 3,000 children surveyed by Ofcom have a social networking profile

12 12/15 Video broadcasting Video sharing websites are where users can upload, view and share video clips Videos can be rated and the number of times viewed recorded Video recorded with mobile phones can easily upload YouTube is one of the ten most popular websites

13 13/15 Role-play, adventure and life simulations are becoming very popular Added extra elements of self- expression and personalisation Play on-line with other gamers from around the world Play in real-time Gaming sites

14 14/15 File-sharing or peer-to-peer (P2P) are terms used to describe sharing files (resources) directly between computers. To get started you will need to download P2P software from a website This software creates a ‘shared media’ folder on your computer from which other P2P users can access your files You can then exchange music, videos, games etc with other P2P users P2P file-sharing

15 15/15 Half (49%) of young people questioned say they have given out personal information, such as their full names, ages, addresses, phone numbers, hobbies or names of their schools, to someone they met on the internet. By contrast, only 5% of parents think their child has given out such information. (Source: UK Children Go Online.) Prior to the launch of the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (CEOP), there was no centralised collection of details of internet-related abuse in the UK, and not all victims reported incidents. The need for e-safety

16 16/15 Focussed on the school ensuring children are e-safe by “reducing availability, restricting access and increasing resilience” Building “children’s resilience to the material to which they may be exposed so that they have the confidence and skills to navigate … more safely” Ensure that new teachers entering the profession are equipped with e-safety knowledge and skills. Making explicit teaching and learning about e-safety. Identifying home-school links as a key issue. The Byron Review

17 17/15 The 3 Cs of e-safety One third of young people who go online at least once a week report having received unwanted sexual (31%) or nasty comments (33%) via , chat, instant message or text message. Only 7% of parents think their child has received such comments. UK Children Go Online, 2005, 9-19 year olds

18 18/15 Why is education so important in this area? 55% access the internet everyday 47% for an hour or more 21% liked IM/Chat the most 15% used gaming sites 33% had access in their bedrooms 25% have met someone offline 83% have taken a friend (CEOP, 2007)

19 19/15 Challenges  Young People  Maturity Like to post images and reveal personal information Want lots of ‘friends’ Talk about their peers Use inappropriate nicknames Express insecurities and fantasies Trick others to make silly, embarrassing, dangerous acts with video or webcam Push boundaries

20 20/15 CEOP works across the UK and maximises international links to tackle child sex abuse wherever and whenever it happens. provides internet safety advice for parents and carers provides information on internet safety and safe surfing for young people aged 11 to 16 years report facility enabling anyone to report any inappropriate or potentially illegal activity with or towards a child online

21 21/15 Organisations E Safety information sites for you to be aware of:

22 22/15 Materials and Resources Materials and resources on e-safety sites which children can use: Staying safe with Dongle (KS1) Hector’s World (KS1) The Smart Crew (KS2) Cyber Café (KS2) Us Online (KS2/3) Lee and Kim (KS1/2)

23 23/15 E Safety & learning resources to take home: iKeepSafe.org

24 24/15 Over to you – consider: How aware are you of E Safety issues? Has your child experienced threats to their E Safety? Do you and your child talk about using the internet safely?

25 25/15 Home and Family Guidelines ☺ Practical principles Talk with your children and agree family guidelines and rules. Discuss regularly online safety. ☺ InfrastructureVirus and firewall software up to-date, Browser ‘safe search’ enabled. ☺ Education Learn together about new technologies and enjoy! Reflect together about new technologies, the benefits, dangers and their potential. ☺ Systems Keep webcams in family rooms Monitor time spent on the internet View the ‘History’ or purchase filtering software.

26 26/15 For most children, using the wide variety of modern technologies is a positive and fun experience. There are wonderful, exciting ways of using the internet positively - including for homework! Remember …

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