These videos were developed for post-primary schools.

For Your Eyes Only

For Your Eyes Only addresses the topic of non-consensual image-sharing among teens. The video is part of the Lockers Teaching Resource which includes two corresponding lessons. The video can also be used to lead a class discussion and can be viewed alongside the Just For Fun video (below).

Just For Fun

Part of the Lockers Teaching Resource which includes a corresponding lesson; Just For Fun addresses the topic of non-consensual image sharing. The video can be used alongside For Your Eyes Only (above) or can be viewed as a single case study.



This short video addresses the topic of sexting and potential consequences. Forever can be used to lead a class discussion or as an additional case study for the Lockers Teaching resource. The video is also supported by a website offering information and support:



Music producer & Artist – Bitter Rocc made this short clip encouraging us all to do something to tackle online bullying for the Safer Internet Day. It’s part of an anti-cyber bullying campaign called #UP2US. Find out more here:



Bullying won’t go away if we do nothing! But it can if you do something. It’s up to all of us to create and shape the on-line spaces that we like to spend our time in. Stand-up to cyber bullying by visiting our site and posting your response.

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Worried about something you have seen online or concerned about your child? Childline and the National Parents Council Primary offer free advice and support service.

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Report Illegal Content

Sometimes you might unwittingly stumble across illegal online content like child abuse imagery. Always remember: you can report it and get it removed using

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