Cyberpass now available through our store

We are delighted to announce that you can now purchase through our store Cyberpass.

CyberPass is an online digital literacy assessment, education and reporting tool that provides children and young people with skills, knowledge and strategies to manage their online life in a safe and responsible manner.

Beyond simply eSafety and eSecurity, CyberPass tackles the wider context of digital literacy by addressing issues such as online transactions, reputation, the economics of social network sites and critical evaluation skills that are transferable across a range of online situations. Teachers, school leadership and parents can access student progress and receive reports via a dedicated reporting dashboard.

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