We’re pleased to announce the launch of a series of films for Safer Internet Day TV!
SID TV 2016 films focus on how young people can play their part for a better internet. The films are produced to fit seamlessly within the activities from the Education Packs and look at kindness and tolerance online, as well as how the internet can be a fantastic platform to celebrate difference.
Over the last couple of years, SID TV has got bigger and better. In 2015, the UK Safer Internet Centre brought you two programmes full of fun, advice, young people’s voices and celebrity messages.
This year, the SID TV films are coming to you as part of the education packs. We know that schools and organisations around the UK love using our packs to celebrate Safer Internet Day. You have also been telling us that you would love to have some films as resources for the day. So we have put the two together and bring you a number of short films that focus on topics and activities you can find in the Education packs.
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. They are created with specific audiences in mind so some are relevant for under-11s and some are for young people aged 11-18 years. And of course, you can use our packs, including all SID TV films, even if you work with young people in organisations outside of schools. You can view them 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.
To view the films visit: http://www.saferinternet.org.uk/safer-internet-day/2016/sid-tv