When the Internet and social media turn a fad into a global craze
Could online training provide the most cost-effective and time-saving solution to staff training?
5 approaches that help schools tackle knife crime
Mindfulness shows children how to recognise and learn how to move away from the harmful effects of screen time
Young people struggle to resolve “consent confusion” online
Children’s online time has settled at just over two hours per day, as a new study by Ofcom uncovers the reasons young people are drawn to video services such as Netflix and YouTube.
The new NetSupport and eCadets Online Safety Almanac gives a timely and unique insight into the most up-to-date online safety research, relevant to schools and colleges.
Our partners at tootoot are offering a free trial of their anti-bullying platform
Latest report suggests the harmful effects of excessive screen time are overrated
Headline results from our recent mobile phone survey
Can the positives outweigh the negatives when it comes to social media crazes?
Tootoot CEO and Co-founder Michael Brennan writes to invite schools to join tootoot’s six-week...
This year, Anti-Bullying Week takes place from 11th to the 15th November
Can gaming in schools help with career development?
Mental health promotion and suicide prevention
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