Let’s assume that the majority of users in your school have a single password. We can pretend that most of them have a different password for every tool, but it just won’t be the case. So is that single password secure?
Today’s employers and culture expect young people to be confident with gathering and interpreting information from a variety of means, and our students are exposed daily to the online world be that friend or foe.
We are all delighted to be able to share our new site and services with you, whether you are an e-safety co-ordinator at a school, a PSHE or ICT teacher, a governor or a member of the senior leadership team.
Pinterest, Palm top, Parental control, PayPal and Phishing - find out what they all mean in our online A-Z
If you have been accused of misconduct on facebook or twitter here's how to view the history logs to evidence what has or hasn't been done online
Information about sexting - what is it, what are the legal facts and what advice can you give to your pupils
Some of the basics from Ofsted's e-safety briefing including what e-safety means in the context of an inspection, types of e-safety risk and what Ofsted sees as outstanding
Social media can be a brilliant tool for communicating with teachers, parents and pupils but there are some simple guidelines to follow to do it the right way.
7 key rules to help your pupils use the internet safely
Are you using Facebook and other social networking sites in your personal life? Follow some basic rules to protect yourself.
Join the Fight Against Child Sexual Exploitation
Online safety charity Childnet call on young people to ‘Connect with respect’ and enter their...
Today marks the start of National Safeguarding Month with UK Youth launching their #KeepMeSafe...
A look back at the last five years of E-safety Support and a look forward to the future of...
Highlights from the UK Safer Internet Centre report into the role of technology in young people's...
See the winning entries for our annual Safer Internet Day competition