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How To Spot Fake News

Fake news is not a new problem. With the advancement of technology and the rise of the internet, fake news is now a commonly occurring issue. During the coronavirus outbreak however, fake news has risen substantially. From WhatsApp voice notes, to fake quotes from...

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Homeschooling Story for Wellbeing

In these uncertain times, wellbeing has fast become a top priority. During lockdown, teachers, parents and carers have cited positive mental health and wellbeing as their number one concern for their children and young people, and they are actively searching for...

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The Five Best FREE Homeschooling Resources

With schools now closed due to the Coronavirus outbreak, learning from home is now a reality for many parents, carers and children up and down the country. For most, this is a brand new experience and a complete life adjustment. Many parents and carers will now be...

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Is TikTok Safe For Kids?

Throughout the year we work with whole school communities to provide internet safety training for students, parents and teachers. This enables us to see new trends and understand the online challenges that are facing parents and teachers. We now regularly hear about...

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Safer Internet Day Resources 2020

Safer Internet Day Resources 2020

Safer Internet Day 2020 will be held on Tuesday 11th February 2020, however the event is celebrated by schools throughout February.   We will be visiting thousands of schools and students with our Internet Safety Training,...

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Anti-Bullying Resources: Interactive Videos

Anti-Bullying Week is celebrated throughout November and organised by the Anti-Bullying Alliance. In these interactive videos your students will meet the characters of Milly and Philip. These videos can be used to spark creative discussions with your class. They are a...

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5 Tips To Help Reduce SATS Exam Stress

5 Tips To Help Reduce SATS Exam Stress

5 Tips To Help Reduce SATS Exam Stress SATS can be a stressful time for teachers and for students. For young people who have not yet developed strategies for dealing with stress, this can be a particularly challenging time. Studies have shown that 1 in 8 teachers...

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Internet Safety Animations: Jessie & Friends

Internet Safety Animations: Jessie & Friends A new animations series has been created by thinkuknow. It’s a three part animation series for 4 – 7 year olds. It can be tricky to start a conversation about internet safety with children, and this new resource is a...

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How to Teach Internet Safety In Schools.

How to Teach Internet Safety In Schools.

How to Teach Internet Safety In Schools. This new report from Adrienne Katz & Dr Aiman El Asam, in partnership with Internet Matters highlights the challenges that young people face around internet safety. It explores how we can help young people to manage these...

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Black History Month Workshops

Black History Month Workshops

Our interactive Black History Month Workshops are the perfect way of celebrating Black History Month. Your students will enjoy an interactive performance by a professional storyteller, they will bring the history and culture of Africa to life for your students. The...

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The Giraffe Who Got His Neck in a Knot!

The Giraffe Who Got His Neck in a Knot! Here at OpenView Education, we like to celebrate people who are out there in the world, making a difference to young people’s lives. We love performing our shows and seeing the difference they make, and we are always on the...

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