Internet Safety Workshops for Schools

Drama-based internet safety workshops for your whole school.

OpenView Education provides drama-based internet safety workshops that empower your students to become digitally resilient. 

We have age appropriate workshops for your students in Early Years Foundation, Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2. 

We believe in a whole school approach, that’s why we also provide training for all the parents and carers at your school.

Our workshops are created by subject specialists and delivered through drama, providing your whole school community with an engaging and relevant learning experience.

Booking with us puts you in good company, because our workshops are experienced by over 100,000 students in Primary and Secondary Schools every year. 

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Includes resources & lesson plans

Whole School & Excellent Value for Money

online safety workshops

Theatre & Drama: Provides an Interactive & Engaging experience


Covers the topics that matter the most to your school

What People Say…

‘I liked the fact that it presented a scenario involving technology, phones, group chats etc. as this is an area of their social interactions that our year 6 cohort really struggle with. The workshop was therefore SUPER RELEVANT! It was great that the workshop facilitator had a visor, we were socially distanced throughout.’

George Tomlinson Primary School, Leytonstone, London

Ms Chambers

‘I would really like to stress how excellent our facilitator was. They had a professional, informative and sensitive manner with the parents whilst leading the parent talk.  

The individual workshops with our students were excellent and pitched perfectly to each age group.

The use of drama and enthusiasm meant that the children really learnt from the assembly, this will  safeguard the children if faced with an eSafety problem.’

Shaftesbury Park Primary School, Wandsworth

Ms. McKenzie-Arday, Computing Lead

‘I want to pass on my huge gratitude for the amazing workshops delivered over three days at Putney high school.

The response was amazing. Your patience, delivery and professionalism shone through and there’s been so much positive feedback from parents. You started a very important conversation in the school about E-safety, raise its profile and I hope this serves as a catalyst for future work.

Putney High School, London

Mr Mistry, Director of Digital Learning and Innovation

‘The facilitators had great knowledge and expertise, very up-to-date information, and were adaptable to our school needs. They had brilliant teaching strategies to engage children in listening/active learning/discussion.

It was all brilliant and staff, pupils and parents were all impressed and said how beneficial the sessions were – they really enjoyed the sessions and all learnt so much. Thank you for your flexibility, positivity and expertise.’

Manchester High School for Girls, Manchester

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Internet Safety Workshop (Upper KS2):

Power to Choose

Power to Choose is a positive and interactive internet safety workshop, ideal for your students in Upper Key Stage 2. 

This engaging internet safety workshop is brought to life through character monologues performed live by your facilitator. Your students then take part in group activities and discussions.

This workshop also includes animations created specifically to address the online safety challenges that schools are dealing with now.

Learning Outcomes:

  • I can explain how anyone can get help if they are being bullied online and identify when to tell a trusted adult.
  • I can identify a range of ways to report concerns and access support both in school and at home about online bullying.
  • I can explain how to block abusive users.
  • I can describe the helpline services which can help people experiencing bullying, and how to access them (e.g. Childline).
  • I can describe how to capture bullying content as evidence (e.g screen-grab, URL, profile) to share with others who can help me.
Internet Safety Workshops

The Details:

  • Duration: 45 minutes  – 1 hour.

  • Requirements: A cleared space such as your hall, a projector and sound.

Includes Lesson Plans & Resources.


Bespoke Content: Covers the topics that matter most to you.

Fully up to date: Relevant & relatable content

Internet Safety Assembly (Years 3, 4 and 5)

One Good Choice

Meet Zayn, Charlie and Toni, they’re best friends, and they spend lots of time playing online games and sending messages in their Group Chat. They all have something in common. They don’t know how to stay safe online!

What will Zayn do about the weird messages he’s getting in his online game? Will Toni speak up about what’s been happening in the group chat? Will Charlie learn how to keep her personal information safe online?

In this interative and engaging assembly your students will learn how to make One Good Choice to stay safe online.

Learning Outcomes:

  • I can describe how to capture bullying content as evidence (e.g screen-grab, URL, profile) to share with others who can help me.
  • I can give examples of how bullying behaviour could appear online and how someone can get support.
  • I can explain how someone can get help if they are receiving unwanted messages in an online game and identify when to tell a trusted adult.
  • I can identify examples of personal information and describe strategies for keeping it safe and private.
Internet Safety Workshops

The Details:

  • Duration: 45 minutes.

  • Requirements: School hall or a cleared space.

Includes Lesson Plans & Resources.


UKCCIS Education for a Connected World Learning Outcomes

Internet Safety Workshop for (EYFS – KS1)

E-Safety Wizards

In our Internet Safety Workshop for EYFS & KS1 your students will meet one of our spectacular puppets and go on an exciting adventure to Internet Land. 

Your students will learn how we can stay safe online and how we can become E-Safety Wizards.

This engaging and interactive workshop helps your students to develop skills they need to become digitally resilient.

Learning Outcomes:

  • I understand how people can be unkind online. I can explain how this might make people feel
  • I understand and can explain ways that I can behave in a positive way online. (Keeping information safe)
  • I can identify what to do and who I can speak to if I experience something that makes me feel worried online.
Topics Include:  Keeping personal information safe. Being kind online. Speaking up if we see something online that makes us feel worried. Communicating safely online

The Details:

  • Duration: 40 minutes.

  • Requirements: School hall or a cleared space.

Includes Lesson Plans & Resources.


UKCCIS Education for a Connected World Learning Outcomes

Parent / Carer Training:

Internet Safety Now

Internet Safety Now is an engaging and supportive online internet safety training session that will equip the parents and carers at your school with the confidence and practical strategies they need to keep their children safe online.

Parents will learn about current online trends and the challenges that young people may be experiencing online.

By the end of the training, parents and carers will have increased confidence and knowledge about online safety. They will know where to access the most up to date resources and have clear action steps that they can take to keep their children safe online.

Topics Include:

    • Online games & PEGI Ratings
    • Parental Controls
    • Social Media
    • Cyberbullying
    • Safe online communication
    • Screen time
    • Creating a family agreement
Online Safety Training Parents

The Details:

  • Duration: 60 minutes.

  • Requirements: School hall or a cleared space, use of a projector and sound. 

Includes eBook 'Keeping Children Safe Online'

‘OpenView Education were very thorough and, for me, chose exactly the right content to focus on, whist giving a general overview. There was a lot of really helpful advice and information. The main thing I took away was to approach ‘the internet’ with less negativity and to concentrate on the positive aspects it has for children.’

Parent, Chesterton C of E Primary School, Bicester.

‘Hugely informative and helpful. And essential listening for all parents.’ 

Parent, Putney High School, London

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