The SWGfL Trophy Cabinet

The SWGfL team have always worked on the premise that the products we develop should be self-sustaining; quality tools and services that schools will continue to use and invest time in because they are useful. Sustained and devolved use are the cornerstones of a successful edtech strategy so a huge component of our development process goes into quality assurance.

And occasionally, it’s really good to see that others agree with us and recognise it through an award. We love a trophy, we do! 

We have been fortunate enough in the past to win BETT awards; ISPAs; Nominet and CIR Risk Management awards for BOOST and 360 Degree Safe. Recent months have seen our services nominated and win at the National Digital Safety Awards at internetmatters.org in a glitzy ceremony in London. Why not take a look at those services and products for yourself and see what all the fuss is about?

Professionals Online Safety Helpline 

So You Got Naked Online

Digital Literacy and Citizenship Curriculum

  • Shortlisted Best Education Product 2016 

  • Written in partnership with commonsensemedia.org this set of free curriculum resources provides the foundation of online literacy for ages ranging from Foundation Stage to Year 10
  • www.digital-literacy.org.uk

360 Degree Safe Online Safety Self Review Tool

  • Shortlisted Best Education Service 2016 

  • Develop and add rigour to your school online safety strategy and join the other 9000 schools using this multi-award winning free tool
  • www.360safe.org.uk

For more information on these or other services from SWGfL contact the Online Safety Team at esafety@swgfl.org.uk.

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