Presentation on theme: "The aim of the week: Young people recognise and challenge bullying behaviour wherever it happens - whether face to face or in cyberspace."— Presentation transcript:
The aim of the week: Young people recognise and challenge bullying behaviour wherever it happens - whether face to face or in cyberspace.
Digital facts 93% of young people in the UK now have access to a computer or mobile phone Each day about 20 million ‘tweet’ 69% of parents add their children to their Facebook friends
Digital risks 12% of 11–16 year olds in the UK have received an unwanted sexual message/image online 88% of images young people put online reappear on ‘parasite website’ 58% of young women in a recent poll said that Facebook was more important than their parents
Stay safe You have the right to feel safe and not be cyberbullied when using digital technologies
Keeping each other safe Don’t be a bystander - look out for each other If you see something, say something Report what makes you feel uncomfortable
Have fun You have the right to have fun when using digital technologies Online gaming Social networking site Mobile phones
Stay connected You have the right to stay connected to the people that you care about. Take time out - know when to disconnect