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Leeds Safe Online Project

The Peace Museum

Thursday, 19 October 2017 from 00:01 to 23:59 (BST)

Leeds Safe Online Project
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Safe Online, Leeds
This booking is for up to 2 sessions in one day at your school. Each session has a capacity of one class size (approx 30) and lasts 2 hours.
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 A new session has been designed by the Peace Museum to explore the 

dangers posed by online grooming, hate crime and radicalisation.

Aimed at parents, Safe Online will encourage engagement through the delivery of an online safety session to children in school, who will then prepare a presentation for parents at an assembly.

The session for the children will enable them to:

  • Build awareness around strategies used by perpetrators
  • Understanding the techniques used online to spread hate messages
  • Reduce vulnerability to manipulative content
  • Develop critical thinking skills when engaging with online content
  • Increase confidence in understanding how to stay safe online

The session for the parents will enable them to:

  • Build awareness around strategies used by perpetrators
  • Understand the techniques used online
  • Recognise the signs of someone who may be succumbing to grooming
  • Give practical guidance on what to do if presented by malicious content
  • Signpost further support for those who may need it 

Using real life case studies, the session will inform parents of the risks posed by the internet today, and enable them to keep their children safe.

Delivered in your school or group context by an experienced facilitator, the session can be delivered to one class, and then to parents in the form of an assembly. Sessions last between 60 & 90 mins (flexible depending on timetables).

Safe Online has been developed in partnership with the Prevent Team. 

The Peace Museum has delivered Prevent work to thousands of young people, supporting schools, families and communities to work together to protect young people from harm. Their innovative Choices project has been identified as a model of Best Practice by the Prevent team at the Home Office and is now being rolled out across the UK.



How many sessions can I book?
Each school is entitled to one session for students, and one session for parents.

How can I book?
Please contact to discuss a suitable date & times.

Which children's groups should attend?
Sessions can aimed at Year 6 and their parents.

How many can be in a group?
Each student session is designed to accommodate one class size. Parents' sessions have no upper limits.

What times will you deliver the sessions?
Times for morning, afternoon or evening sessions are flexible to accommodate your timing needs.

Sessions last between 60 & 90 minutes mins (flexible depending on timetables).

What space would you require? 
Students sessions are delivered in the classroom. A large space, e.g. drama studio, school hall, or wherever you would generally hold assemblies for the parents session will be required.

Do I need to provide anything else?
A interactive whiteboard or laptop & projector are needed for each session.
A car parking space with good access for unloading will be required.
A teacher in charge of group supervision must be provided for the students sessions.

Are you DBS checked?
The Session leader, Jude Wright, has full current DBS check. Information will be sent out as to how to access this information via the government's portable DBS scheme with confirmation of booking. 

Where can I contact the organiser with any questions?


Do you have questions about Leeds Safe Online Project? Contact The Peace Museum

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