SEN Resources

Safe and Sound would like to take this opportunity to share information and resources to help keep Special Educational Needs (SEN) children safe from exploitation.

Helping Each Other: Sexual Exploitation project Training Materials – https://arcuk.org.uk/blog/helping-each-other-training-materials/

Connecting safely online: Social media allows us all to make connections and break down barriers. For many young people, it can be a vital part of staying connected to the world around them. This resource hopes to empower young people with the tools to navigate it smartly and safely. https://www.internetmatters.org/connecting-safely-online/ 

 

The STAR SEND Toolkit

An extensive teaching toolkit to equip, enable and empower educators with the relevant knowledge they need to support young people with special educational needs and disability (SEND). https://www.childnet.com/resources/star-send-toolkit

S for Safe: 
This section has been developed to help generate discussions about safe and responsible sharing online: considering what personal information is and how to keep it safe, as well as safe sharing of images and videos online.

What does this section of the toolkit include?

  • An introduction and advice for educators on teaching this topic
  • A film and film guide
  • Key vocabulary to share with learners
  • Starting point discussions to introduce key concepts
  • Teaching point activities designed to deliver key messages in a variety of styles
  • A quiz for recap and assessment
  • Ways to revisit and extend the learning
  • A document to share beyond the classroom (with parents, carers, and residential staff)
  • Safe Toolkit resources to download
T for Trust:
This section has been developed to help generate discussions about the trustworthiness of content and contact online and help develop critical thinking skills.

 

What does this section of the toolkit include?

  • An introduction and advice for educators on teaching this topic Film and film guide
  • Key vocabulary to share with learners
  • Starting point discussions to introduce key concepts
  • Teaching point activities designed to deliver key messages in a variety of styles
  • A quiz for recap and assessment
  • Ways to revisit and extend the learning
  • A document to share beyond the classroom (with parents, carers and residential staff)
A for Action: 
This section has been developed to help generate discussion about positive actions and strategies young people can take to ensure they thrive online.

 

What does this section of the toolkit include?

  • An introduction and advice for educators on teaching this topic
  • A Film and Film guide
  • Key vocabulary to share with learners
  • Starting point discussions to introduce key concepts
  • Teaching point activities designed to deliver key messages in a variety of styles
  • A quiz for recap and assessment
  • Ways to revisit and extend the learning
  • A document to share beyond the classroom (with parents, carers and residential staff) .
R for Respect: 
This section has been developed to help generate discussions about respect, friendship and online conflict including cyberbullying.

What does this section of the toolkit include?

  • An introduction and advice for educators on teaching this topic
  • A film and film guide
  • Key vocabulary to share with learners
  • Starting point discussions to introduce key concepts
  • Teaching point activities designed to deliver key messages in a variety of styles
  • A quiz for recap and assessment
  • Ways to revisit and extend the learning
  • A document to share beyond the classroom (with parents, carers and residential staff)

 

 

 

The HOPE Project Book.

HOPE stands for. Helping Ourselves Prevent Exploitation. This book helps you to plan how you are going to stay safe from sexual exploitation.

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