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Henry - Introducing the UK Council on Child Internet Safety - #prr2010

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Presentation from the Promoting Respectful Relationships conference. Full details at http://www.respectwales.org.uk

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  • (i.e. the invasion of home and personal space; the difficulty in controlling electronically circulated messages, the size of the audience, perceived anonymity, and even the profile of the person doing the bullying and their target.  The Education and Inspections Act 2006 (EIA 2006) includes legal powers that relate more directly to cyberbullying. Giving power to head teachers to regulate the conduct of pupils when they are off-site, and provides a defence in relation to the confiscation of mobile phones and other items. We are amending the way the courts and schools interpret their powers to tackle bullying outside of schools to mean that schools can use their powers for any incident that happen anywhere and at anytime outside of the school premises. Prevention (which is the best way to tackle cyberbullying ) With the UK Council for Child Internet Safety (UKCCIS) we are: Working to improve internet safety education in schools, including what children and young people should do if they experience cyber-bullying and by helping children make responsible choices when online including avoiding and engaging in such behaviour Raising awareness of how children can stay safe though the Click Clever Click Safe and code: Zip It, Block It, Flag It which helps children learn behaviours that can keep them safe from cyber-bullying.  For example, Zip It – not engaging in cyber-bullying, Zip It - blocking cyber-bullies, and Flag It – reporting cyber bullies. Creating safer online environment with industry, developing formal self-regulation with independent review of practice

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