Increasing fears that children with access to the internet are being exposed to inappropriate sexual content
Geocaching, Google, Gigabyte and Grooming - find out what they all mean in our online A-Z
As more and more children are gaining unsupervised access to the internet, the issue of grooming could potentially escalate, therefore they need to be taught how to safeguard themselves.
Explicit online materials are becoming increasingly accessible to young people, but who is responsible for keeping them safe?
What is copyright and what do you and your pupils know about it?
Dongle, Download, Desktop and DOS Attack - find out what they all mean in our A-Z Online glossary
Information about fraping - what is it and what advice can you give to your pupils
What teachers need to be aware of with regards to online privacy issues and what advice they can give to pupils
Twitter - have you 'got it' yet? How teachers can use twitter for professional development
CEOP, Computing, Cyber, Call of Duty, Club Penguin, Cloud and Chrome - find out what they all mean in our online A-Z
Almost half of young people experiencing mental health concerns turn to their teachers for support
Highlights from the 2017/18 report relating to Safeguarding
A reminder of the safeguarding and e-safety related events and activities held throughout the year
Our current survey has revealed that 71% of respondents so far believe that students should be...
Encourage pupils to work together for a better internet with our annual competition
Changes to local safeguarding provisions have begun, but what does this mean for schools?