Safer Internet Day TV 2019

Our Safer Internet Day TV 2019 films have been produced to complement the Safer Internet Day Education Packs. The films act as an extension of the packs and as such aim to be conversation starters around the topic of consent in a digital world. They could be used at the beginning of a session focused on Safer Internet Day to kickstart discussions and pave the way for further activities from the Education packs. Find out more about Safer Internet Day.

  • Safer Internet Day 2019

    Safer Internet Day aims to inspire a national conversation about using technology responsibly, respectfully, critically and creatively. It is a global campaign celebrated in over 140 countries around the world.

    In the UK, Safer Internet Day is coordinated by the UK Safer Internet Centre and the celebration sees hundreds of organisations get involved every year since 2011 to help promote a safer and a better internet for all. 

    Here is our campaign film for Safer Internet Day 2019 which we hope sums up clearly what the day is all about. 

  • SID TV 2019: Zap and Zoom - a space race - film for 3-7 year olds

    This is a 360 degree film which includes our animated characters Zap and Zoom, who also feature in our Education Pack for 3-7 year olds. In this film we see Zap and Zoom help young children who are playing a video game at home. 

    This film should be used alongside the corresponding Education Pack for 3-7 year olds. 

    As this has been filmed in 360 video, you can watch it on a tablet or a smartphone and move around with your device to look around the room and discover our aliens Zap and Zoom. If watching on a computer, you can drag the screen around by using your mouse. 

  • SID TV 2019: Digital Detectives - film for 7-11 year olds

    We've created a Virtual Reality app, Digital Detectives, that allows 7-11 years to explore a virtual house while learning about consent online and the ways in which their information might be shared online. This film is to be used alongside the Education pack for 7-11 year olds. 

    To best experience this film, you will need to download our Digital Detective app from the Play Store (available soon) and use a pair of Virtual Reality goggles. These can be purchased very reasonably for around £5 - something like Google Cardboard or other similar products will work perfectly. 

    The accompanying film below is an illustration of how a group of pupils from Pinhoe Primary School used the app in their Safer Internet Day activity. It shows the app in action and the type of conversations it encourages in the classroom so it will help you with ideas on how you can run such activities with your pupils. 

  • "Surf" is a music video featuring spoken word artist Christian Foley and dancers from the Street Factory hip hop studio in Plymouth. The film encourages consideration of both the consent we give and the consent we ask from others in a connected world.

    Christian is a musician, poet, writer and teacher. He is one of the only few poets in the world selected to complete a ‘Spoken Word Education Programme’ and Teaching MA at Goldsmiths University. We thank Christian Foley, SoapBox Islington, Toby Gorniak MBE and the amazing dancers at Street Factory. 

    This film is to be used alongside the corresponding Education Pack for 11-14 year olds. 

  • SID TV 2019: Consent Online - film for 14-18 year olds

    We visited Uffculme school to ask a group of pupils about giving and receiving consent online in a series of situations from their daily lives. Conversations centered around some of the more complex scenarios that young people might face online. The thought provoking topics encouraged in-depth discussions about consent in a connected world.

    This film is to be used alongside the corresponding pack for 14-18 year olds. 

  • SID TV 2019: Your Choice or Mine - film for parents and carers

    We put young people and their parents head-to-head in a game show and asked them questions about consent online. We wanted to find out if parents and their children have the same or differing opinions on a range of online consent topics.

    Your Choice or Mine is a great conversation starter that lets parents and young people share views and learn from one another. Safer Internet Day's aim is to inspire conversation about using technology responsibly, respectfully, critically and creatively. Why not try this at home with your child(ren) and answer the questions below?

    This film is intended to be used alongisde the corresponding Education Pack for parents and carers. 

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