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Educational videos for Children and Young Adults

Feeling Happy, Feeling Safe – videos for pre-school children

Feeling Happy, Feeling Safe is a series for pre-school children to watch with parents, carers or professionals. Each short film is designed to open conversations about emotions and safety, and supplies discussion questions.

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‘Protect Yourself Rules’ awareness programme (videos, booklet, guidance)

The aim of the awareness program is to teach children 6 age-appropriate rules to remember if they are ever confronted with an unsafe situation.

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I Have Two Homes – video story for children about separation/divorce

Divorce happens in lots of families. This honest book follows Nina as her parents separate. It’s a sad but hopeful KidTime StoryTime as everyone gets used to a new life and new homes.

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Lucy and the Boy (Video – danger about online sharing)

An educational video (1 minute long) which depicts the dangers of kids sharing on social media. It is aimed at parents of children aged 8- to 12-years-old to emphasise the importance of them having conversation with their children about who they are talking to and what they share when they socialise online.

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The Story of Jay (CSE video for teens)

This animated video – about a minute and a half long – tells the hypothetical story of a young person’s sexual exploitation by a man named “Jay,” describing the grooming and progression of exploitation.

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‘I saw your willy’ (Video – danger about online sharing)

An educational video (1 minute long) which depicts the dangers of kids sharing on social media. It is aimed at parents of children aged 8- to 12-years-old to emphasise the importance of them having conversation with their children about who they are talking to and what they share when they socialise online.

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Play Like Share (Video for 8-10yrs – online safety)

Play Like Share aims to help 8-10 year olds learn how to stay safe online. This 3-episode series follows the adventures of Sam, Ellie and Alfie as they form a band and enter their school’s Battle of the Bands contest, taking on the mean but ‘cool’ Popcorn Wizards as they go.

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