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    Lessons, Understanding Rules & The Law, KS4 (ages 14-16)

    Sexting and the Law

    This lesson explores what the law says in relation to the sending of sexually explicit images by those aged under 18. The lesson examines two scenarios of young people involved…

    Lessons, Digital Citizenship, KS3 (ages 11-14)

    What is Media Bias?

    During this lesson students explore what bias within the media is and how it differs from fake news. They...

    Digital Citizenship, KS2 (ages 7-11)

    Being An Online Citizen

    During this lesson pupils consider their rights and responsibilities as digital citizens, focusing on how the online world can be used as a force for good. Pupils consider what skills,…

    Classroom Toolkits, Politics and Democracy, Whole school

    Controversial issues: guidance for schools

    Children are alert to information and images they see in the media. These may graphically influence their view of the world, and not always positively. Graphic images on TV and…

    Lessons, Understanding Rules & The Law, KS3 (ages 11-14)


    According to research by the charity Ditch the Label, 7 in 10 young people have experienced cyberbullying, 20% of whom experience it daily. Support your students to know their legal…

    Lessons, Digital Citizenship, KS2 (ages 7-11)

    Digital Footprints

    In this lesson, pupils explore what a digital footprint is. They consider what is and isn’t appropriate to share online thinking about the impact of this information both now and…

    Lessons, Digital Citizenship, KS4 (ages 14-16)

    Ethics, Innovation and the Law

    Aimed at KS4 and Post-16, your students will: Explore the way technology is developing and the impacts this has...

    Lessons, Digital Citizenship, KS2 (ages 7-11)

    Fake News

    In this lesson pupils will learn what is meant by ‘fake news’ and the risks that it poses to them and society. Pupils will be introduced to the concept of…

    Lessons, Digital Citizenship, KS3 (ages 11-14)

    Fake News: The Evolution of Media

    In this lesson, students explore how media has changed since the 1900s and the impact this has had on how people consume news. They will be able to describe what…

    Lessons, Digital Citizenship, KS3 (ages 11-14)

    Filter Bubbles: Tell Me What I Want To Hear

    A “filter bubble” describes how algorithms limit and skew the information users see on the internet. In this lesson,...

    Lessons, Politics and Democracy, KS4 (ages 14-16)

    Mock Parliament Debate

    Aimed at students in KS4 and 5 (13-18 year olds) the pack is designed to be delivered over a...

    Lessons, Digital Citizenship, KS2 (ages 7-11)

    Online Opinions

    During this lesson pupils explore why people see different results when searching for information online. Pupils find out about filter bubbles and consider what impact these have on peoples thoughts…

    Assemblies, Digital Citizenship, KS2 (ages 7-11)

    Raising Awareness

    During this assembly pupils reflect on how social media can be an important platform for raising awareness of issues that are important to pupils through the example of Martha Payne's school…

    Lessons, Understanding Rules & The Law, KS3 (ages 11-14)

    Social Media and the Law (KS3)

    Students explore the law in relation to social media posts, the types of offences that people are committing (whether knowingly or not) and the consequences of committing these offences. The…

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