Internet safety films.
We worked with Unique Voice and Bristol's E-Safety Sub Group to
make two films as resources for local primary and secondary
schools which were launched on Safer Internet Day 2016.
The two films that the E-Safety Sub-Group of Bristol Safeguarding
Children's Board commissioned supported the work delivered
to pupils around e-safety all across Bristol.
The two short films were accompanied by guidance notes, with
differing themes. The themes are "sexting" and "digital footprint" – which, from Unique Voice's research, are the two topics that cause schools the most concern.
Sexting - A young teenager, Lola forms a relationship with Josh after joining a new school.
Through peer pressure and wanting to impress, Lola sends a sexual picture that is shared and sent further than she ever imagined.
Digital Footprint - Wanting to land an exciting work experience opportunity, Rachel writes a promising CV and expresses her interest to a local media company. However, her behaviour soon forms a trail, leaving a negative digital footprint which paints a different picture for her potential employer.