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Schools

Online Media Law for schools is the only education project of its kind to offer pupils, parents, and staff a comprehensive overview of the legal and ethical risks of social media and digital communications.

Download ‘Online Media Law for schools’ PDF for more information & rates.

Content covered includes legislation and case studies relevant to:

  • Indecent images (‘sexting’/‘revenge porn’)

  • Malicious or grossly offensive material, hate speech and freedom of expression

  • Threats, abuse and online harassment/cyberbullying

  • Contempt of court and rights to anonymity

  • Defamation (libel), privacy and copyright issues online

  • Ethics, reputation, and the ‘digital footprint’

    Sessions are delivered by an experienced tutor, who has educated thousands of pupils and developed PhD expertise in this area.

    Email OnlineMediaLawUK@gmail.com to make an enquiry.

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Testimonials…

“Thank you for providing a fast-paced, highly intelligent and relevant survey of online media law for our 6th form. Pupils were appreciative and staff were taking notes. We will be asking you to talk to other year groups very soon.” - Brian Smith, Head of Wellbeing at Westminster School

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Holly is a fantastic presenter. She is very knowledgeable of the law surrounding Social Media and was able to answer questions from Staff, Parents and Students with ease. Her manner in all the presentations was extremely engaging, and everyone left with a wealth of knowledge about the issues discussed. We will definitely be looking into getting her back again”- James Rhatigan, Head of Year 9 at The Perse School

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“Both sessions were very interactive using relevant case studies which kept the students engaged and interested. Holly dealt very effectively with a group of over 100 students and the many questions that followed these discussions. She is professional but also addressed the audience confidently on their level.  I am very happy to recommend Holly and the content of these sessions which are very informative and a different approach to online safety lessons”. – Jo Moran, Head of PSHE at St Paul’s Girls’ School

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“The workshop provided was, without doubt, one of the best we have had from an ‘outside provider’. Our pupils all have Social, Emotional and Behavioural Difficulties. The materials provided by Holly were tailored to meet the needs of the pupils. They had lots of opportunities to give their thoughts and opinions, and these were dealt with effectively and sensitively by Holly. The pupils and staff were all impressed with the content, delivery and relevance of the workshop. Thank you” – Jo Nunn, St Nicholas School

More recommendations are available on request.