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
Duke of Cambridge Launches National Action Plan to Tackle Cyberbullying
What makes young people turn to extremism?
Let’s celebrate uniqueness in November’s Anti-Bullying Week.
Under 25s now more than TWICE as likely to be snared by online ‘phishing’ scams than Baby Boomers
Take a stand against bullying - prepare for the 3rd annual Wear Blue for Bullying Day, 10th November 2017
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
New report reveals what kids think about war and terrorism
Young people and mental health in a changing world
Our partners at Friendly WiFi discuss the topic of public WiFi accessibility
Young people create award-winning films to inspire others to ‘Connect with respect’ and inspire...
Only 68% of schools reported that all staff are receiving regular e-safety training and updates.
Pupil voice week takes place from 24th - 28th September