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Home Learning Hub – Secondary-Aged Childrenadmin2023-07-27T10:54:31+00:00
The Home Learning Hub is our free library of resources to support parents and carers who are taking the time to help their children be safer online. We have adapted our classroom-based resources to make them easily accessible for everyone.
A brief description explains each resource, so once you are ready simply click the ‘download’ buttons.
Resources for Secondary School Children
These resources are tailored towards pre-teens and teenagers exploring the digital world and all it has to offer.
As secondary school students tend to be more experienced in the digital environment, they may need extra advice and guidance on the more complex behaviour and risks found online.
This lesson looks at what an influencer is, what they do, how they make money and a couple of things for your young people to be wary of when watching & following their favourite gamers, creators and celebs.
This lesson is aimed at Lower Secondary young people who have turned or who are about to turn 13 (the age you need to be to use most popular apps). It points out the dangers of using the incorrect age and the benefits of using their correct age. It also contains a homework to allow your pupils and their parents to check that they are using the correct age for the apps they use.
This resource includes several online bullying scenarios in which young people work through, to develop their understanding of online bullying and its impacts. Young people can test their knowledge with a quickfire quiz at the end. Parents and carers are supported with key information including recent statistics to help facilitate the conversation.
This lesson and resource will highlight the prevalence of online bullying and its impacts. Using videos and animations that create scenarios, young people will reflect on and develop appropriate responses. Parents and carers are supported with key information including recent statistics to help facilitate the conversation.