Online toolkits for online delivery (Primary)
We have adapted our online safety toolkits for delivery online.
New formats available include:
- Editable PowerPoint or Google Slides with lesson notes
- Video lessons
You can download the pre-recorded lessons from the toolkit and use on your preferred online teaching platform.
Please note, some activities from the original toolkits have been changed or adapted to support online delivery.
The lessons cover themes such as:
- online friendships/being kind online
- sharing pictures and videos
Delivering the online safety toolkits remotely
Whether you are teaching face to face or in a virtual classroom, it’s important that you take steps to ensure children are protected.
Our adapted toolkits have been designed with online learning in mind and are suitable for the age-groups for which they are intended to be used. However, it is recommended that professionals look through the toolkits prior to delivery to ensure that the content is suitable for the age and stage of the children they work with. The slides can be edited and adapted to suit the needs of young learners.
For more information and guidance, visit guidance on teaching PSHE remotely.
Google slides links
Video Lesson links
Reporting to CEOP:
Reporting to CEOP video
What is it?
A short video for secondary-aged young people that explores the CEOP Safety Centre and its reporting form.
- why children and young people make a report, outlining the remit of NCA CEOP
- the reporting process
- what to expect once they have made a report
How should it be used?
The video can be shared with young people when delivering face-to-face sessions in your education setting or through an online learning platform. This video is not for use on social media.
When delivering the video, it is important to highlight that the CEOP Safety Centre is designed for children and young people who feel they have no one they can talk to. With this in mind, please use this as an opportunity to explain your own school safeguarding processes and to discuss the importance of identifying trusted adults.
When sharing with colleagues, make sure they are aware that they do not need to report online sexual abuse and grooming to NCA CEOP. If you work for a statutory organisation, such as a school, please follow your schools safeguarding procedures.