We provide a number of free resources for teachers, educators, and schools to access and download:
South West Grid for Learning works in partnership with Plymouth University and a range of other organisations to conduct and publish leading edge research into Online Safety.
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The SWGfL Template Online Safety Policies have been adopted by local authorities, schools and academies across the UK, and are acknowledged as good practice documents.
The checklist holds information on how to keep your Facebook profile under your control.
The checklist holds information on how to keep your Snapchat profile under your control.
The checklist holds information on how to keep your Twitter profile under your control.
The checklist holds information on how to keep your Instagram profile under your control.
Free materials designed to empower pupils and students to think critically, behave safely, and participate responsibly in our digital world. Find the lessons that are just right for your classroom.
A resource that offers children, young people and parents advice and strategies to support the issues resulting from sexting incidents.
The toolkit aims to highlight and endorse best practice for managing the risks associated with online technologies.
Ask.fm is a social networking service which is based around users asking each other questions.
Many young adults are now looking forwards to going onto University representing a momentous occasion in their lives, often coupled with leaving home and signifying their first real taste of independence.
Parents who are finding that their children know far more about the internet and its strange codes and languages than they do, can rest easier, for help is at hand.
The films have been specially created by SWGfL and TV production company, Televisionary.
O2 and Childnet International published a resource called 'who wnts 2 no?' It's fun, it's educational and it's written by two best selling children's authors.
This resource aims to raise awareness in young people of the consequences of sharing and publishing images of others. It demonstrates that seemingly small actions quickly gain momentum and get out of control.
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