Prepare for Safer Internet Day with…
A Day of Online Safety
A whole day of lessons and presentations at your school!
- Covering all aspects of online safety including personal information, online chat, how to stay safe online, social media, digital literacy, cyberbullying, gaming, radicalisation and cyber security .
- Complete coverage available from reception to year 11 as well as for your staff and your parents.
- Our work has been endorsed by Police and Crime Commissioners.
- No staff cover required!
- We are flexible and can accommodate your requirements
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- There is lots of interaction using exciting resources including videos and games from CEOP and other established safeguarding organisations.
- You will be given additional activities, handouts and key resources, all left with the school for follow up work.
- Simply provide a room and let us know the groups and timings for the day.
A fantastic way to ensure complete coverage of important child protection issues in your school.
A big thanks for supporting our e safety event at Tardebigge First School. The whole school community thought that the day was so useful and informative. It is so important for our young children to hear the message from a variety of sources so having a visitor was perfect to reinforce the message of safety given in school. Our children do need to be internet savvy and our children are so trusting that is was great that they were challenged in their thinking.
Julie Cutler, Head Teacher, Tardebigge CE First School, Worcestershire
Brett from Catshill Learning Partnerships came in to school for a day and worked with our pupils in order to help them support the e-safety work we are engaged with. It was a very worthwhile and exciting day; the pupils found the experience meaningful and were able to create some great resources that will help the John Henry Newman community stay safe online. This work was invested back into school life to enable a proper coherent e-safety campaign designed and led by the Digital Leaders using Brett’s expertise.
Daniel Harvey, Head of Computing, John Henry Newman Catholic College, Solihull
We were delighted with the two days training Catshill Learning Partnerships offered – it had all of our children considering their safety online. The presenter adapted the content from Year 1 to Year 8, engaging the children in the important subject matter. The parental information evening was well received and proved a valuable tool in helping educating young people in our community. We also enjoyed a 1 hour staff session, which highlighted some very real dangers for people in our profession.
David Bushnell, Deputy Head, Gayhurst School, Gerrards Cross
Catshill Learning Partnership’s Day of E-Safety was a great way to help us deliver the messages associated with Safer Internet Day. The Day of E–Safety was much appreciated by staff and pupils.
Carole Smith, Headteacher, St Mark’s Primary School, Dudley
We were looking to improve the profile of E-safety for all children. We decided that holding a day of E-safety sessions for the children, from Reception to Year 6, would be the best way to go. Brett liaised with the school to work a day to construct sessions that were appropriately pitched and engaged each child at their level of development. All came away with the message of e-safety was an important part of keeping safe in today’s modern society.
Matthew Ingram, Deputy Head, St James’ RC School, Rednal, Birmingham
The sessions were engaging, informative and accessible for both our children and their parents. Brett shared the important message of E-Safety through a variety of activities that were enjoyed by all, but most importantly left no one present in any doubt of the importance of keeping safe in today’s technology filled world. Thank you.
Surinder Sehmbi, Headteacher, Blowers Green Primary School, Dudley
A complete day (9am-3.30pm) costs just £480 plus expenses.
Need more time? No problem, book a second day and save 10%, add a twilight (3.45-4.45pm) onto the day for just £75 or an evening session for just £150.
Example plan for the day
|Time||Allocation||Class||Theme||Resources (all provided)||Room|
|n/a||This resource is left with the school||Reception||Encouraging nice behaviour when online||Storybook read by Sophie Ellis-Bextor/ Digiducks Big Decision||Classroom with projector and speakers|
|0.5 hour or 0.75 hour||Year 1/2/3||Online safety skills, encouraging nice behaviour, stranger danger awareness, sharing personal information||CEOP Video –Song / Game: Be nice on the Internet, Protect your secret stuff||Classroom with projector and speakers|
|0.75 hour||Year 4||Rights and responsibilities: What you create online, connecting with others, respecting others, digital literacy – using resources, copyright and piracy||Safer Internet Day resources||Classroom with projector|
|1 hour||Year 5/6||Posting personal information online, strangers, bullying||CEOP video / Post it notes/ Class survey||Classroom with projector and speakers|
|1 hour||Year 7/8/9||Personal information, social media, cyber bullying, cyber security||CEOP resources||Classroom with projector and speakers|
|1 hour||Year 10/11||Personal information, social media, cyber bullying, cyber security, radicalisation||CEOP resources||Classroom with projector and speakers|
|1 hour||Staff (more details)||Professional issues and privacy, delivering online safety messages||Handouts/ Videos||Classroom with projector and speakers|
|1 hour||Parents (more details)||Online risks, cyber bullying and personal privacy. Messaging, chat, gaming, virtual worlds and social media such as Facebook||Handouts/ Videos||Classroom or hall with projector and speakers|