New Infographic: Online Safety Advice from Parents 2017/8
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Making Your Secondary School E-Safe £22.99 DISCOUNT OFFER & REVIEWS
‘Making Your Primary School E-Safe‘ £15.99
This new title from Adrienne Katz argues for a whole school coherent approach to teaching e-safety to primary school children. Schools are offered a complete package: classroom activities, ideas for staff training, policy and procedure, what children need to know and how to help the vulnerable ones.
Are we delivering e-safety messages that stick? The author has questioned over 36,000 children and young people since 2008 and finds that we are not becoming more successful. In this book she argues that we need to make e-safety exciting, relevant and fun.
232pp A4 size, paperback. £15.99
Current projects 2017/8
Youthworks is evaluating the Make a Noise programme, a partership between Internet Matters and the anonymous reporting tool, tootoot which is funded by DfE.
We are also surveying student opinion for South Coast College in a project with Priority 154.Funded by HEFCE.
Our research paper Vulnerable Young People and Their Online Risks was published in February 2018 by the Journal of Human-Computer Interaction Read More
Cyberbullying and e-safety: New Approaches £18.99
‘This is a well-researched book provides ideas, models, guidance and plans that should help you prevent cyberbullying. It will help you understand the experiences and needs of those suffering. It doesn’t provide just evidence, but also offers good ideas on how to respond.’
– The Teacher
Other books by Adrienne Katz:
Making Your Primary School e-Safe 2015
Making Your Secondary School e-Safe 2016
Guest blog for e-safety support
Delivering continuous e-safety support to prevent online bullying
Article for Teachers’ Media, here
Article in Education Business here
Animation of the Reach Cybersurvey messages on homophobic cyberbullying
‘Safeguarding Hub’ Nov/Dec 2013
‘Children and Young People Now’, 12-25 November 2013 contributor to ‘Taking on the Cyberbullies’ pp 23 -25
New Round of the Cybersurvey, 2018
- The Cybersurvey is a carefully developed online tool to explore the experiences and views of children and young people on their online lives.
- Core questions used since 2008 enable comparisons and modernised sections keep it up to date. This survey can give your service the local information you need to shape your practice. Compare your data year on year, focus on specific issues or compare with other local areas.
- We look at cyberbullying and the effectiveness of e-safety education along with a range of other experiences online that are potentially harmful.
- New current issues are included such as viewing extremist content, pro-anorexia sites or ‘sexting’.
- We offer CPD accredited training to schools, care settings, local authority front line practitioners and professionals.
- Our research programme forms an evidence base for our training, evaluation and work with those who deliver online safety education or work with those children and young people who are vulnerable online. Dr A. El Asam of Kingston University leads the research programme.
- Over 38,000 young people have participated in this valuable time series project.This information is vital for:
Local e-safety teams,
Local Authority Action Plans
Schools’ internal e-safety programmes
Please contact us to enquire about your county, local authority area or academy chain undertaking this survey, or for the CPD accredited training programme. Explore the richness of our reports:
Animation of the Reach Cybersurvey messages created by associate charity Each Action Challenging Homophobia
Please contact us if your local authority or academy chain would like to commission a Cybersurvey for your area or schools. We can survey a group or cluster of schools or other settings.