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E Safety

Beneath The Surface

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Pupils from key stage 3 and 4 were involved in workshops led by professional dancers Mark Anderson and Mark Worth. Over a period of about 6 months, pupils produced choreographed dances that tell the story of one young person's journey into the unknown depths of cyber bullying and grooming. The film deals with a range of issues and problems that young people could be drawn into when they unwittingly give out personal information to unknown people.
A small of students were given the opportunity to film on location for 2 days. Bunkers Hill Swimming Pool and the Riverside in Stratford kindly let us use their facilities free of charge. This generosity allowed us to add another dimension to the film and gave the students an insight into how a film is made.
It is so important that all young people understand the underlying dangers of using the internet and that they know how to stay safe when online. This idea was the starting point for the whole project.

The music for the film was composed by our Music Teacher Alan Smith and our Music Technician Matt Back.

The film premiered at Stratford Picture House cinema.

Where else to get advice about E-Safety


UK Safer Internet Centre

Follow the link below to the UK Safer Internet Centre website where you will find lots of advice, guides and resources to help children and young people stay safe online including information about Safer Internet Day.



Follow the link below to the Childnet website for helpful information and guidance on a range of key online safety topics.



Follow the link below to the ThinkUKnow website for advice and resources including some great videos and home activity packs to help with online safety at home.



Follow the link below to the Childline website where you can find support and advice advice on lots of issues including online and mobile safety and bullying. 


For advice on online grooming or sexual abuse online please visit CEOP's (Child Exploitation and Online Protection) website by clicking on the image below:





If you are worried about online abuse or the way in which someone has been communicating online then you must tell someone. You can talk to an adult you trust or you can report it to CEOP by clicking on the button below:


    CEOP Report