A mysterious new social media site - Faceless Friends - comes to town and (of course!) everybody wants to sign up.
The online world is a strange place where things might not always be what they seem and people aren’t always who they say they are. Join Professor Check-it online, and play the ‘SIGN SPOT’ game, where we begin to understand what online grooming really looks like! We spot the warning signs and learning tools and techniques to take action in order to keep ourselves safe.
Your class will…
Explore how images and messages 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.
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!
Deputy Head Teacher
"The children worked really hard and it was clearly very focused with a productive outcome used to support the whole school (and parents) on how to stay safe. The children really enjoyed the drama based warm-up activities and I will use them in my own practise. Learning about internet safety with a view to sharing it to the rest of the school gave the day a real purpose and the children were very focussed. The clear messages have stuck in the children's minds and I hope will inform their internet behaviour. The Facilitator was dynamic and fun as well as clear and confident, so it made for a really good day. All positive, fun and safe!"
Primary School in London