Online Safety Videos

4-7 Year Olds

Jessie & Friends

A three-episode animated series and resource pack aimed at giving 4 to 7s the knowledge and skills to stay safe online. It includes session plans, storybooks and activities to designed to be used across a range of settings.

8-10 Year Olds

CEOP – Play Like Share

This animated series and resource pack helps 8 to 10s to stay safe from sexual abuse, exploitation, and other risks they might encounter online. It looks at identifying the signs of manipulative or threatening online behaviour and how to respond safely

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CEOP- Band Runner

Band Runner is a fun interactive game that helps 8 to 10 year olds learn how to stay safe from risks they might

encounter online. It is hosted on the 8-10s website which also features clear and practical online safety advice.

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11-13 Year Olds

CEOP – First to a million

An 18 minute film with accompanying learning resources for young people aged 11 to 14 that focuses on the concept of the digital tattoo, respect for others, and the importance of online privacy and consent.

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CEOP- Send me a pic?

Resource pack containing three session plans based on seven short film clips that explore issues related to consensual and non-consensual nude image sharing. The resource is designed for use in educational settings and aims to start a positive, support dialogue with young people aged 12 to 14 around nude image-sharing.

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14+ Year Olds

CEOP – Exploited

An 18 minute film with accompanying learning resources for young people aged 14 to 18. This resource explores the features of exploitative friendships or relationships in contrast to a healthy relationship. It also gives them clear information about how to report abuse and access support.

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CEOP- Send me a pic?

Resource pack containing three session plans based on seven short film clips that explore issues related to consensual and non-consensual nude image sharing. The resource is designed for use in educational settings and aims to start a positive, support dialogue with young people aged 12 to 14 around nude image-sharing.

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