Age-Inappropriate Content: Safeguarding Children Online | Secondary

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Age-Inappropriate Content: Safeguarding Children Online | Secondary

This webinar will provide governors, headteachers, senior leaders and all school staff with practical guidance and advice on understanding how children can access age-inappropriate content online and implementing measures to reduce the associated risks and build their digital resilience.

Whilst the internet can be a powerful tool for positive learning, it also hosts an overwhelming amount of age-inappropriate content. Children can search for almost anything and despite efforts to remove inappropriate material, managing what they see, how they interpret it and what impact it leaves can be a challenge.

In this webinar Cayley Jorgensen, mental health practitioner and director of FaceUp South Africa, an anonymous reporting system used to fight bullying online, provides an expert insight into why children can be drawn into viewing age-inappropriate content, where it can be viewed and what actions can be taken to help keep them safe.

Learning Outcomes

  • Understanding what is often defined as age-inappropriate content, why certain content goes viral and exploring specific, high-profile examples.

  • Recognising where and why children may come across age-inappropriate content and what factors increase the risk of exposure.

  • Identifying who is responsible for protecting children from accessing age-inappropriate content and why it is vital to understand and adhere to recommended age-ratings.

  • Realising ways to help start the conversation with children around inappropriate content online and when to help educate them on what they may come across and why.

  • Recognising how to respond to incidents of children viewing age-inappropriate content and practical tips on the skills and knowledge to teach children at different ages.

Cayley Jorgenson

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Cayley Jorgenson

Mental health practitioner, researcher, and public speaker.
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