News Tagged 'cyberbullying'

Stop Cyberbullying Day – 16 June 2017

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Stop Cyberbullying DayThe Stop Cyberbullying Day is coming up on June the 16th.

Cyber bullying is when someone is humiliated and embarrassed through electronic and online means. Kids get cyber bullied by interactive and digital technologies or mobile phones. Cyber bullying is a big problem and over 50,000 kids EVERYDAY get cyber-bullied. Kids reported to start saying mean stuff to each other in 2nd Grade ...

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CASS: Creating a Safe School

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CASS: Creating a Safe School The Ophelia Project is an organisation that is trying to help schools address bullying and relational aggression.

Their mission statement claims that:  “Our mission is to empower all members of a community to recognize and address relational aggression through systemic change in the social culture.”

The Ophelia Project shares resources utilizing their Creating a ...

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E-safety Resource EYFS / KS1

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The beginning of the new school year is a good time to do e-safety reminders for all children.  To help introduce this subject to the very young, there is a new story called Digiduck from Childnet International.  It is available to teachers of Early Years and Foundation Stage and is about being good friends on-line.

http://www.kidsmart.org.uk/teachers/ks1/digiduck.aspx

The story is in the form of an online book with pages that can be turned.  With beautiful illustrations as well as a very ...

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E-safety and cyberbullying | Vital

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E-safety and cyberbullying | Vital.

An e-safety report, research carried out in  January 2012.

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