NCA-CEOP: Online blackmail, KS4 lessons

NCA-CEOP: Online blackmail, KS4 lessons

‘Online blackmail’ is free-to-access and aims to support young people to recognise key characteristics of how blackmail manifests online, including early signs of manipulative, pressurising and threatening behaviour. It also explores the potential impact of online blackmail and provides sources of further support for those who experience it.

The pack includes a lesson plan, worksheets and slides to support delivery. Note that ‘Online blackmail’ is not designed for home learning, but will support you when planning the RSE aspects of your PSHE education curriculum for September.


Download ‘Online blackmail’ from the Thinkuknow website


Our Subject Specialist, Bethan Miller commented:
“This Online blackmail resource pack addresses the topic in a sensitive and appropriately distanced way. It ensures that teachers are able to have supportive, positive dialogue with young people and that students feel equipped with the knowledge and skills they need to support themselves and others in the future. The lesson is empowering, highlights sources of support and how to overcome barriers to accessing help, and will work well within the context of a planned PSHE education programme.”


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