Free webinar for educators – Understanding online sexual harassment amongst children and young people
Created by leading online safety charity and UK Safer Internet Centre partner, Childnet, this session will run for 30 minutes, with an optional 15-minute Q&A session.
What is the webinar about?
The webinar will look at young people’s experiences of online sexual harassment, including the different forms it can take.
It will explore some of the reasons why online sexual harassment happens, address some of the challenges in supporting young people with this issue and signpost to practical resources to help start conversations in the future.
About the webinar series
Join the Education Team from Childnet as they deliver a series of 30 minute after-school webinars for teachers and educators.
The series has been carefully created to help equip you with an effective online safety toolkit: from sharing up-to-date and free resources which will help you tackle tricky topics in class, to advice on engaging parents and carers at home, and important focused sessions on trending online harms that pose a key safeguarding risk.
Whatever your role in school, we hope you will find this series useful and remember, each session will finish with a 15-minute Q&A opportunity with the expert team from Childnet.
Childnet are one of three charities who deliver the UK Safer Internet Centre (alongside The Internet Watch Foundation and SWGfL), and these webinars are free to attend thanks to the support of UKSIC funders, Nominet.