Britain is to become the safest place in the world to be online thanks to new proposals announced by Culture Secretary Karen Bradley.
The theme for Get Safe Online Week, taking place from 23rd to 27th October, will be phishing
Bullying in schools has always been a problem, but there’s a growing concern that it may be worsening.
Pupil Voice Week 2017 will be celebrated by schools both nationally and internationally with the theme ‘It’s Your Voice’
Young people create award-winning films to inspire others to ‘Be the change’ and use the internet for good
1 in every 5 parents think that there are no age requirements for joining a social media site and most parents in the UK have no idea whether their children are old enough to have a social media account.
Continued Professional Development (CPD) for school staff is critical in providing children with the right information and education to stay safe online.
Join us to find out how teachers can maintain the reputation of the school and themselves on social media
CSE remains woefully under reported and many victims are unaware they are being exploited
Sign up to this anti-bullying and pupil voice programme now!
Safer Internet Day 2018 will take place on Tuesday 6th February with the theme ‘Create, Connect...
A reminder of the e-safety related events and activities held throughout the year
Highlights from the latest Ofcom, Children and Parents Media Use and Attitudes Report 2017
Buying new tech for your children this Christmas? Don’t forget about online safety
Presents unwrap more than paper
26 per cent of the 16-18 year olds have ‘bullied or insulted someone else’ online