Be the first to know when your school is mentioned online
Anonymous reporting that empowers your community to speak up in safety.
A toolkit to highlight and endorse best practice within early years settings for managing the risks associated with online technologies
Swiggle is a child friendly search engine designed to help young people with their first steps on the internet
Our experts can audit your organisation's online safety provision and guide your moving forward
Get webinars, guidance and tools to support your organisation with their filtering and monitoring responsibilities
A resource that offers strategies to support the issues resulting from sexting incidents
Whether your school is closed or not, delivering classes online can be helpful. Here's the lowdown on organising classes online so they are trouble free
Never have video conferencing services been as important as they are right now. No longer are they a novelty but vital for us all to stay connected, whether home, school or work.
A resource guide for education professionals when working from home.
Data protection (GDPR) advice and guidance for schools and colleges to use alongside existing policies
Our online safety podcast exists to help everybody with their online safety challenges and questions, as we believe that everybody should use technology free from harm
This guidance aims to help schools identify sexting incidents, manage them and escalate appropriately
A set of resources for handling Harmful Sexual Behaviour within a school setting
Resources for parents and carers to help children get off to a good start using digital devices
Have more control over your Ask.fm profile and what to do when things go wrong
Raising awareness in young people of the consequences of sharing and publishing images of others
Looking at the revised Keeping Children Safe in Education’ guidance, highlighting the main changes and what they mean for teachers
We work alongside the British Computing Society (BCS) in supporting primary teachers to deliver Computer Science effectively in the classroom
A project which aims to tackle the problem of online hate speech by promoting mutual awareness, tolerance, and respect
Ken Corish shares his thoughts on the rise of artificial intelligence and how it will impact our future relationships with technology.
24th November 2023
Reserve your place to join us for our annual Online Safety Day event in partnership with TikTok taking place on Wednesday 13th December.
17th November 2023
Find out how the SWGfL team have been getting involved and learn more about the services we provide to support those being bullied online.
16th November 2023
It’s your last chance to sign up for our Online Safety Clinic, focusing on filtering and monitoring taking place on November 8th 2023
6th November 2023