Presentation on theme: "E-safety Brier School. Aims…. To consider what children and young people are actually doing online To explore some of the issues surrounding e-safety."— Presentation transcript:
Aims…. To consider what children and young people are actually doing online To explore some of the issues surrounding e-safety – risks and benefits – the different types of risk... To provide some possible solutions
“There are three ways to get something done; do it yourself, hire someone or forbid your kids to do it” Mona Crane
How do you see the internet? Some people think the internet is a bad thingSome people think the internet is a bad thing Some people think the internet is a good thingSome people think the internet is a good thing
What are children doing on the Web? Blogging Sharing music Social networking Gaming Messaging Commenting on others ’ sites Personalising their own pages Sexting
What do parents know? 33% of 9-19 yr olds have received unwanted sexual comments 7% of parents think their child has received unwanted sexual comments 65% of young people can clear Internet history 26% of parents can check website history 46% of children can bypass parental blocks 26% of parents can deny access to specific websites 33% of children use a blog regularly 1% of parents think their children are blogging – 67% don’t know what a blog is 57% of 9-19 yr olds have come into contact with pornography on the Internet 16% of parents think their child has seen pornography on the Internet
How many parents know their children can access the internet via devices other than the computer?
Games Connected worldwide with thousands of other players at once. Detailed virtual worlds with sophisticated, potentially addictive gameplay.
Three Strategic Objectives for Child Internet Safety Reduce Availability Restrict Access
Increase Resilience Equip children to deal with exposure to harmful and inappropriate content and contact, and equip parents to help their children deal with these things and parent effectively around incidences of h and i conduct by their children.