Share Aware – resources for schools and teachers Lesson plans and classroom guidance about staying safe online

Schools have an important role in teaching children to protect themselves from all kinds of abuse, including online abuse.

Download our free Share Aware teaching resources and help teach your class to stay safe online

Teaching resources

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Lesson plan 1: Alex

Use this lesson plan alongside the Alex slide presentation to teach pupils the dangers of sharing pictures online.

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Dadlwythwch (fersiwn Cymraeg) 

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Lesson plan 2: Lucy

Use this lesson plan alongside the Lucy slide presentation to teach pupils the risks of chatting to strangers online.

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Dadlwythwch (fersiwn Cymraeg) 

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Alex and Lucy slide presentations

PowerPoint slides for you to use in class alongside lessons 1 and 2.

Download (English version) 27.5 MB 

Dadlwythwch (fersiwn Cymraeg) 24.2 MB 

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Download our teaching guidance

Make sure you’re confident and fully prepared for your Share Aware lessons.

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Dadlwythwch (fersiwn Cymraeg)

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Other help and support for schools

How safe are the sites, apps and games your child uses?

Run in partnership with O2, Net Aware offers parents useful information about each social network, including the age guidance for users. 

Visit Net Aware

Share Aware

Just like in real life, kids need your help to stay safe online. Our advice will help you keep your child safe on social networks, apps and games.
Be Share Aware

NSPCC and O2 - keeping children safe online

Call our helpline, visit an O2 Guru or explore our online safety advice for everything you need to keep children safe online.
Our work with O2

How safe are our children? Growing up online

Our annual flagship conference is for everyone working in child protection.

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