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Censorship of Macbeth: Lady Macbeth’s famous cry “Out, damned spot!” was changed to “Out, crimson spot!” so the play would be suitable for public schools.

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This is a really cool and fun example of how learning about safety on-line doesn't have to be scare tactics and more scare tactics. Base more learning materials for ALL AGES on this format, it's much nicer. Wild About Safety with Timon and Pumbaa: Safety Smart® Online.

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The reason why I am doing this is because I have seen how the world has changed over the last few years and children do not go out and play like they used to instead they sit infront of a computer screen inside all the time, so my aim is to try and get people out and experiencing things but most of all to have a peace of mind, keeping safe and enjoying yourselves.

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In The Guardian, Alexis Petridis penned a fantastic reflection on the UK’s scary public information films of the 1960s to 1980s. For more than 60 years, the government’s Central Office of Information (COI) created FUD-fostering films about talking to strangers, playing with matches, sticking things in electric outlets, rabies, slippery floors, etc. The COI was shut down last week due to funding cuts.

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Edcanvas | Digital Citizenship: Talking Safely Online film/lesson about online safety

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A printable set of UK train ticket templates. There are 8 tickets to an A4 page as well as a single image version. Great for role-play, travel topics etc.

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4 Activities to Help Teach Your Child Summer Safety - The Stop & Go Game *What a great resource for kids and parents

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