Online Identity

An Introduction to Identity & Self Image

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For children, the anonymous nature of Instagram, Twitter, and Snapchat presents a unique opportunity to reinvent themselves in an environment that may appear far more welcoming than the offline world.

Digital Footprint

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Part of our Online Identity & Self Image Series 2020-21

Online Reputation

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Part of our Online Identity & Self Image Series 2020-21

Online Sexual Content

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Part of our Online Identity & Self Image Series 2020-21

Identity Theft

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Part of our Online Identity & Self Image Series 2020-21

Digital Manipulation

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Part of our Online Identity & Self Image Series 2020-21

Deepfakes

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Part of our Online Identity & Self Image Series 2020-21

Artificial Intelligence

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Part of our Online Identity & Self Image Series 2020-21

Lifestyle Sites

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Part of our Online Identity & Self Image Series 2020-21

Digital Personality

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Part of our Online Identity & Self Image Series 2020-21

Online Avatars

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Part of our Online Identity & Self Image Series 2020-21

How Ofsted will Inspect Online Safety: What Schools Need to Know

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This webinar will help school leaders and school staff to understand exactly how and what Ofsted will inspect in relation to e-safety. It will cover key Ofsted criteria as well as outlining best practice models for schools to consider.

Fake Profiles & Social Bots Explained

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Part of our Annual Online Safety Course for Parents and Carers 2019-20

Online Identity Explained

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Part of our Annual Online Safety Course for Parents and Carers 2019-20

What Parents Need to Know About Lifestyle Sites

  • Published 16th September 2020

This week's free online safety guide focuses on lifestyle sites. ‘Lifestyle sites’ is a bit of a catch-all term because, unfortunately, much of the internet is built to take advantage of human psychological weakness. The guide takes a look at how to tackle a range of potential risks such as body image issues, fake news and psychological tricks.

What Parents Need to Know About Online Avatars

  • Published 10th September 2020

This week's free online safety guide focuses on online avatars. Online avatars are digital characters that look like you. They are a form of self-representation without using an actual picture. The guide takes a look at how to tackle a range of potential risks such as grooming, catfishing and trolling.

What Parents Need to Know About Torrent Sites

  • Published 10th September 2020

This week's free online safety guide focuses on torrent sites. A torrent site is a website on the internet where visitors can upload, share, and download files. The guide takes a look at how to tackle a range of potential risks such as legal issues, hackers and malware.

Social Pressures Linked to ‘Appearance’ Online Safety Guide

  • Published 18th September 2019

This week's free online safety guide focuses on Social Pressures linked to 'Appearance'. The guide takes a look at how to tackle a range of potential risks such as filters, airbrushing and self-esteem.

Social Pressures Linked to ‘Social Media Influencers’ Online Safety Guide

  • Published 11th September 2019

This week's free online safety guide focuses on Social Pressures linked to 'Social Media Influencers'. The guide takes a look at how to tackle a range of potential risks such as body image, bad habits and unrealistic role models.

Social Pressures Linked To ‘Friends and Followers’ Online Safety Guide

  • Published 4th September 2019

This week's free online safety guide focuses on Social Pressures linked to 'Friends and Followers.' The guide takes a look at how to tackle a range of potential risks such as fake friends, friend envy and being followed by strangers.

Social Pressures Linked To ‘Likes’ Online Safety Guide

  • Published 28th August 2019

This week's free online safety guide focuses on Social Pressures linked to 'Likes'. The guide takes a look at how to tackle a range of potential risks such as self-esteem damage, addiction and competitiveness.

Self Image and Identity Lesson Plan for Early Years (Age 0-5)

This topic for Early Years teaches pupils about the differences between their online and offline identity.

Online Reputation Lesson Plan for Early Years (Age 0-5)

This topic for Early Years introduces the concept of ‘online reputation’, including how people can make judgements based on your online activity.

Self Image and Identity Lesson Plan for Key Stage 1 (Age 5-7)

This topic for Key Stage 1 teaches pupils about the differences between their online and offline identity.

Online Reputation Lesson Plan for Key Stage 1 (Age 5-7)

This topic for Key Stage 1 introduces the concept of ‘online reputation’, including how people can make judgements based on your online activity.

Self Image and Identity Lesson Plan for Key Stage 2 (Age 7-11)

This topic for Key Stage 2 teaches pupils about the differences between their online and offline identity.

Online Reputation Lesson Plan for Key Stage 2 (Age 7-11)

This topic for Key Stage 2 introduces the concept of ‘online reputation’, including how people can make judgements based on your online activity.

Self Image and Identity Lesson Plan for Key Stage 3 (Age 11-14)

This topic for Key Stage 3 teaches pupils about the differences between their online and offline identity.

Online Reputation Lesson Plan for Key Stage 3 (Age 11-14)

This topic for Key Stage 3 introduces the concept of ‘online reputation’, including how people can make judgements based on your online activity.

Self Image and Identity Lesson Plan for Key Stage 4 (Age 14-16)

This topic for Key Stage 4 teaches pupils about the differences between their online and offline identity.

Online Reputation Lesson Plan for Key Stage 4 (Age 14-16)

This topic for Key Stage 4 introduces the concept of ‘online reputation’, including how people can make judgements based on your online activity.

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