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PTA HOT – Workshops


By Lucy Hubery


£225 FROM


OpenView Education This theatre company offers internet safety workshops and performances, teaching students how to stay safe online through a series of activities. The workshops can be tailored to address the topics most important to your school, and are delivered by CEOP (Child Exploitation and Online Protection) ambassadors. openvieweducation.co.uk


£375 (+ VAT)


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Childnet The Childnet Digital Leaders Programme empowers children and young people to champion digital citizenship and digital creativity within their schools and to educate their peers, parents and teachers about staying safe online. The programme helps schools work towards an outstanding whole-school approach to online safety. digital-leaders.childnet.com


£250 FROM


Real Talk Theatre Touring theatre company Real Talk Theatre brings interactive workshops and performances on mental health and wellbeing, internet safety and bullying to primary and secondary schools. The engaging and informative performances are delivered by certified mental-health first-aiders and professional actors. realtalktheatre.co.uk


Staying safe online


These practical workshops offer pupils, staff and parents up-to-date information and advice on internet safety


£300 (+ VAT)


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SWGfL SWGfL is a charitable trust dedicated to the safe and secure use of technology in education. As part of its work in the UK Safer Internet Centre it offers specialist training for pupils, staff and parents. It also operates the Professionals Online Safety Helpline (POSH), which supports people working with children or schools and youth settings with online safety issues. swgfl.org.uk/training/


56 AUTUMN 2019 pta.co.uk £250 FROM


Perform for Schools Perform for Schools’ online safety workshop explores how children can be bullied online and introduces prevention methods. The specially trained leaders use improvisation, role play and other drama techniques to deliver key facts, leaving pupils with a clear understanding of how to communicate appropriately and what to do if they feel unsafe online. performforschools.org.uk


£395 FROM


Besafe Online While online safety workshops are vital for students, they can benefit parents and school leaders too. As well as providing workshops for students, Besafe will look at monitoring and moderation of safeguarding in ICT across the school. Its family learning programme, meanwhile, helps parents recognise the online behaviours at home that place children at greater risk. besafe-online.co.uk


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