Safer Internet Day – SIDTV 2016 has landed in the UK

  • Awareness
  • 25/01/2016
  • UK Safer Internet Centre

As part of this year's Safer Internet Day (SID) celebrations, the UK Safer Internet Centre is again broadcasting its hugely popular SIDTV.

This year, SIDTV content has been released early and also integrated into the SID Education Packs. With content tailored specifically for under-11s and for 11-18s, SIDTV focuses on how young people can play their part for a better internet.  It takes a particular look at kindness and tolerance online, as well as how the internet can be a fantastic platform to celebrate difference.
These films are a great way to start a conversation, to encourage a discussion, to provide information about some very important issues, and to inspire young people to play their part for a better internet. SIDTV can be viewed on the UK Safer Internet Centre YouTube channel or using Vimeo, and you can also download them to use in your Safer Internet Day lessons or events.
Check out SIDTV now, here.
See for further information on SID celebrations across the globe.

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