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Image sharing: resources for teens and parents (Thinkuknow)

New for teens: When nudes get shared
We know that professionals often have to deal with cases of nude or semi-nude images being shared amongst schools and groups of friends. We want young people to understand that it's unacceptable for anyone to share an image in this way.

Share our new article with secondary-aged pupils to help them understand that it's wrong to share a nude image of someone else, and what to do if an image is being shared around.
New for parents: 7 questions parents ask about nude selfies
Many parents ask us about young people taking and sharing revealing pics of themselves.

In our new article, we answer 7 of the most frequently asked questions with the best advice on keeping children safe.

Why not share this article and our four animated films with parents to help them to understand why young people take and share nude selfies, and how to support their child if an image has been shared.
Work with primary-aged pupils and want to explore image sharing?
Episode 2 of Jessie & Friends looks at the importance of seeking permission before sharing a photo. Use our animations and resource pack to talk about image sharing, the importance of consent, and how to ask for help if they have a problem online.

For 8-10 year olds, the Play Like Share cartoons and Band Runner game explore sharing content online, helping children learn to identify risk and get support when they need it.  

Work with 16-18 year olds? 

Have your say Thinkuknow are developing new resources for 16-18 year olds to help safeguard them from the threat of online blackmail.
Complete our short survey to help us gather information which will help us create engaging learning resources for this age group.
The survey should take no more than 15 minutes to complete and is comprised of 14 questions.  Take the survey

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