Avatars offer a safer alternative to children uploading photos of themselves on social websites
Many sections of the Unicef Rights of the Child legislation tie in to internet safety and can form the base of some useful guidelines for schools
As an ICT teacher, Ben Gristwood is a big advocate of online tools - but do other teachers in his school feel the same way?
Information about Cyber-bullying - what is it, what does it look like and what advice can you give to your pupils
What are Ofsted looking for? Key features of good or outstanding e-safety practice - how many are you doing in your school?
A list of 7 things that Ofsted view as indicating inadequate e-safety practice, from their e-safety briefing for section 5 inspection
BlackBerry, BBM, Browser, BinWeevils, Blog, Boomerang and Botnet - find out what they all mean in our online A-Z
This question and answer website has hit the news recently connected to two tragic teen suicides. Here's some advice if your pupils are using it.
When discussing e-safety with the students, I was surprised to see how little they actually cared about this issue
Schools maintain a zone of internet safety by denying children access to blocked sites, eg. Facebook, adult content and by applying filters that actively find and block content that features certain keywords.
Promoting safe watching and sharing of online videos
Next week sees both Stand Up To Bullying and Stop Cyberbullying Day address the issue of bullying
Live streaming: protecting children from exploitation
What schools need to know about the impending changes to the Working Together to Safeguard...
As data handlers of personal and sensitive data, schools along with other organisations are...
Is there a line between banter and bullying?