E-safety for schools

The NSPCC learning website has a diverse range of resources to promote, raise awareness and educate teachers, children and parents about keeping children safe, but there is a specific area of the website for schools and colleges for teachers to teach specifically about online safety.
See description from website below:
Our information and resources will help you to:
– create e-safety policies and procedures that will help you mitigate risk and respond to concerns
– ensure teachers have the knowledge to teach students about e-safety
– provide advice on using social media and live streaming
– support and include parents and carers by sharing helpful advice and resources
– review and update your e-safety provision on an ongoing basis.

  • e-safety, advice, support
  • Computing (online safety), PSHCE, school management
  • text | image
  • Video: animation text: articles, document image: infographic, graphics, pictures
  • txt, pdf
  • Public Domain
  • https://learning.nspcc.org.uk/


This has been developed in order for computer science to become more prevalent and easily accessible to a wider audience.
See description below from website:
Code.org® is a non-profit dedicated to expanding access to computer science in schools and increasing participation by young women and students from other underrepresented
groups. Our vision is that every student in every school has the opportunity to learn computer science as part of their core K-12 education. The leading provider of K-12 computer science curriculum in the largest school districts in the United States, Code.org also created the annual Hour of Code campaign, which has engaged more than 15% of all students in the world.
All curriculum resources and tutorials we author will forever be free to use and openly licensed under a Creative Commons license, allowing others to make derivative education
resources for non-commercial purposes. If you are interested in licensing our materials for commercial purposes, contact us. Our courses are translated for worldwide use or by speakers of different languages. Our technology is developed as an open source project.

  • Coding, Technology use, Programming
  • Computer Science
  • text | video | audio | image
  • video: animation, video lecture text: document, presentation, lesson plan image: infographic, graphics, pictures
  • Html, mp4, jpeg, txt, pdf, video, quiz
  • In 2013, Code.org was launched by twin brothers Hadi and Ali Partovi with a video promoting computer science. This video became #1 on YouTube for a day, and 15,000 schools reached out to us for help. Since then, we've expanded from a bootstrapped staff of volunteers to build a full organization supporting a worldwide movement
  • Attribution (CC BY)
  • https://studio.code.org/courses?view=teacher

Vinkkejä videoblogeihin

Materiaali sisältää vinkkejä, jotka tutustuttavat oman elämän dokumentointiin ja ohjaavat kertomaan itselleen ajankohtaisista mietteistä, toiveista, unelmista ja tunteista videobloggaamalla. Materiaali on tarkoitettu yli 10-vuotiaille lapsille ja nuorille.


[The material include tips that introduce children and young people over the age of 10 to documenting their own lives and help them learn to tell about their current thoughts, desires, dreams or emotions through video blogging.]

  • Video blogging, social media
  • Media education
  • text | video
  • Video: video examples, Text: written guidelines
  • html
  • Metka Media Education Center
  • Public Domain
  • https://mediametka.fi/oppimateriaali/vinkkeja-videobloggaukseen/