Posts tagged Fraud Prevention
Fraud advice for online gamers - Action Fraud

With more secondary school pupils choosing to play online games and the likelihood of them progressing onto pay-for games as they get older, they need to be aware of the potential scams that they may encounter whilst playing online games. The information from Action Fraud can be incorporated into Key Stage 3 and 4 PSHE and ICT lessons to inform students about these scams.

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Anti-Fraud Education Lesson Plans for Key Stages 3 and 4 -Cifas and PSHE Association

Anti-Fraud Education by Cifas’ is a set of four free lesson plans for secondary schools that focus on awareness of fraud, common scams, identity theft and money mules.

The two lesson plans for key stage 3 students introduce the concept of fraud and the importance of digital literacy and data protection within the context of financial risk. The two lessons for key stage 4 build on this learning by encouraging students to think about their responsibility for financial information in more independent contexts.

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