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The blog that inspires leaders in the UK education sector

Jack Procter-Blain

How 'e-safe' are your pupils?

Are your pupils e-safe or at risk of digital danger? Test their knowledge of common online safety issues with this short quiz.

The quiz touches on some of the risks young people can face online, including:

  • sexting and the sharing of inappropriate images
  • sophisticated 'phishing scams' and untrustworthy apps
  • cyberbullying and online harassment. 

These questions will spark some valuable conversation in any e-safety lesson!

More from Optimus Education

To help schools promote a safer online environment for all children and young people, Optimus Education offers the following resources:

E-safety: your top 7 questions answered

Help all staff 'be the change' by sharing this collection of commonly asked e-safety questions.

Engaging all pupils in an e-safety curriculum

Sheffield Safeguarding Children Board has been working on e-safety education for a number of years now. Whether the children are listening, however, is another matter altogether.

A to Z of e-safety: poster

Alan Mackenzie breaks down the ever-expanding world of online communication to give you a handy A-Z of e-safety.

Clarify emerging trends

Our forthcoming conference, Practical Strategies for Safeguarding in Education, is the perfect opportunity to get to grips with the newest trends in online safety.

Find out more

 

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Friday, November 10, 2017

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