The governing body is fundamental in driving a continued, proactive approach to online safety
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Forthcoming free e-safety webinars covering cyber bullying, digital reputation and public WiFi
Dealing with the issues raised with BYOD and how to include BYOD into school policies
The second in our series of peer-to-peer reviews of apps being used by schools
Helping governors understand their digital safeguarding responsibilities
Join the Fight Against Child Sexual Exploitation
Internet Matters in partnership with tootoot, and supported by the Department for Education, are inviting schools to take part in a pilot online service to report bullying and cyberbullying concerns.
Online safety charity Childnet call on young people to ‘Be the Change’ and enter the 8th Childnet Film Competition.
What will your #StopLookListen17 pledge be for National Safeguarding Month?
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?