12 Jan 0201

Cyber & Internet Safety


Cyber bullying is the use of the internet or mobile phones to deliberately upset or embarrass someone.

In the UK, the Anti-Bullying Alliance reported that 22% of children and young people claim to have been the target of cyber bullying

Sexting is the term used to describe when someone makes and shares explicit pictures or videos of themselves, their friends or their boyfriend/ girlfriend.

These are just some of the facts that are covered by 2engage through a range of cyber safety workshops. Due to the ever changing nature of internet, smart phone technology and social media,  2engage produced a number of workshops aimed at all school ages and beyond that constantly updated and relevant.  Delivered as interactive workshops utilising forum theatre exercises, issues such as cyber bullying, smart phone & social media misuse and Sexting are all investigated. Students are encouraged to make suggestions and become involved in the outcomes of certain scenarios.

2engage have created bespoke sessions for key stage 2 and upwards as well as sessions for moderate learning difficulties and main stream secondary schools and colleges.

Key Aims:

  • Define Internet safety, cyber bullying and social network misuse.
  • Introduce and explore the dangers of sexting and social media.
  • Offer accessible advice and support and how to use the internet positively.
  • Cover inappropriate relationships on-line (LSCB).
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