Live Streaming: Recognising the Risks and Keeping Children Safe Online

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Live Streaming: Recognising the Risks and Keeping Children Safe Online

This webinar will provide headteachers, designated safeguarding leads (DSLs), teachers and all school and college staff with practical guidance and support on understanding the risks of live streaming and keeping children and young people safe from harm.

Lockdown, school closures and social isolation have led to more and more children and young poeple becoming familiar with live streaming. Whether chatting with friends, learning remotely or gaming online, live streams can take many forms, but the risks remain the same and can often be the most difficult to guard against given the unpredictability and inability to filter and moderate content.

In this webinar, international online safety expert and former Covert Internet Investigator, Jonathan Taylor, explains how and why children and young people are engaging in different types of live streams, what the risks are and what steps schools can take to help safeguard children online.

Learning Outcomes

  • Understanding why live streaming is so popular amongst children and why it has become an attractive medium through which to communicate and view online content.

  • Recognising how children are using different live streaming platforms in different ways and understanding the associated risks.

  • Identifying the most popular live streaming apps and recognising the dangers of children hosting or viewing live streams.

  • Understanding the measures schools can take to safeguard children from harm and how to respond to concerns raised during or after a live stream.

  • Recognising how schools can support parents and carers in talking about the risks of live streaming at home and how they can implement relevant parental controls.

Jonathan Taylor

About The Expert

Jonathan Taylor

International online safety, social media and online grooming expert who previously worked as a Covert Internet Investigator with the Metropolitan Police for over 10 years.
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