Explore with students how to establish healthy emotional boundaries within their friendships.
Encourage students to think about their own digital boundaries and how it can effect them pave a way for healthy digital boundaries.
Exploring physical boundaries can help students understand what they want and be more mindful of what other people might find acceptable.
Not all activity online is made equal. Explore the positive and negative aspects of social media with your class using these resources.
With so many online sources available, being able to distinguish fact from fiction or recognise biases in content is a valuable skill.
In Jigsaw, when we work with a young person on their responses to anger, we ask them to think about the consequences. Not everyday goes according to our plans but we can better control how we respond.
While there are many positives to social media, not all activities are equal. We all need to watch what we do and how much time we spend on it.
Encourage a balanced classroom discussion on how young people experience social media.
Young people like to share in-the-moment content and updates, all of the time. But sometimes, it can impinge on the privacy of others.
There are 5 things we can do daily to look after our mental health and wellbeing.