Secondary Resources

Our Secondary Resource pack for 11-19 year olds consists of:

  • quick activities
  • wider activities
  • one fully supported lesson plan
  • assembly presentation with script
  • a poster 
  • a template letter to send to local press
  • video content for 11-18s as part of SID TV (see below)

These resources start discussion and promote Safer Internet Day. These packs provide lots of great ideas to help schools, youth groups, libraries and other organisations get involved in Safer Internet Day 2016.

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SID TV for 11-18s

  • Play Your Part for a Better Internet Open or Close

    Learn more about what you can do to help create a more respectful internet, and know how to recognise and respond to online hate.

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  • Young People Pledge to Play their Part Open or Close

    The young people from Elizabeth Garrett Anderson School in Islington, London share their pledges about how each of them will play their part in making the internet better and kinder.

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  • Tamanna's Story Open or Close

    Hear Tamanna's story - a young campaigner on issues like racism, bullying and discrimination online. What effect can these can have on young people? How can young people make a difference?

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  • Rebecca's Story Open or Close

    We hear from Rebecca - a young person supporting other young people to deal with issues like bullying and its effects. Rebecca shares what she has done to help and support others, and her advice to young people.

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  • Liv's Story Open or Close

    Liv shares her story about her positive and negative experiences on the internet due to her disability. She supports other young people with disabilities both offline and online.

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  • Julie from Facebook on Safety and Reporting Open or Close

    Molly and Harvey talk to Julie from Facebook about when comments on Facebook break the community standards on the platform, what happens when you report a hateful comment and where young people can seek help.

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  • When does online hate become a crime? Open or Close

    We talk to Steve Shepherd, a police officer, who tells us more about when online hate becomes a crime and what young people can do if they see it.  Presented by Molly and Harvey, Ambassadors for the Diana Award Anti-bullying Programme and friends of the UK Safer Internet Centre.

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