Can you protect yourself and your friends for long enough to survive online?
Playing online games can be so much fun, with wonderful worlds to explore, and cool characters to meet! But what would happen if you could enter the game for real? In a world of heroes and villains, pupils work in groups to navigate their way out of some tricky situations. Will they be able to keep their alter ego a secret? Will be tempted by the Penguin’s offers of fame and riches? And will anyone be able to teach the Joker that some of the things they say and do simply aren’t funny?
Your class will…
Explore what is meant by privacy, and the importance of keeping personal information protected
Explore safe user habits, including the importance of appropriate user names and passwords
Explore the nature and consequences of cyberbullying
Explore how images online do not always reflect reality
Creative Play workshops are short and sweet, designed to be a burst of creativity to keep children engaged. As the sessions are usually only an hour long, we can work with four classes across the school day. The sessions are led by an experienced facilitator who collaborates with pupils in order to explore the topic through drama.
This workshop includes props and accessories to aid learning
Tell us more about your issues you’re facing in school in advance of the workshop so the content we deliver can hit the spot!
"I just wanted to say thank you for the two e-safety days that you delivered here at St Anne’s recently. Both were received very enthusiastically by both the staff and children. You have a very engaging approach to delivering some very important messages and both days were highly successful in terms of the children taking on board those messages. I would not hesitate to use you again or to recommend you to others."
Primary School in Cheshire