Take a look at the findings for Safer Internet Day 2022 and see what impact the day had towards keeping children and young people safe online.
5th April 2022
We were delighted to see so many schools join us for our annual online event with Liverpool Football Club this Safer Internet Day. Find out what happened and if you missed your chance to see the team, you can watch also watch the recording
11th February 2022
We are delighted to say that Liverpool Football Club will once again be supporting Safer Internet Day 2022 by joining the UKSIC team for a virtual event taking place next week on Tuesday 8th February.
1st February 2022
Safer Internet Day is fast approaching and it’s been so fantastic to see so many organisations and schools already showing their support! Find out how you can get involved on the 8th February in this article.
28th January 2022
With this year’s Safer Internet Day theme being all about gaming, we’re jumping into this huge topic over the next few weeks. For now though, we're looking at the humble beginnings of gaming and how online safety has evolved alongside it.
14th January 2022
Safer Internet Day is just over a month away and there’s already so much you can do to get involved. Take a look at some of the activities you can do in this latest article to show your support on the 8th February 2022.
7th January 2022
Today, on National Internet Day, the UK Safer Internet Centre (UK SIC) has announced that children in danger of online harm and abuse have been given an “essential lifeline” as new funding of £5.1m from Nominet will help protect against online abuse, sexual exploitation, and bullying.
29th October 2021
The Scottish government has released new national guidance for helping to protect children this month. The guidance is there to set guidelines for any professional who works with children and young people whilst setting out clear responsibilities and expectations when it comes to keeping them safe.
6th September 2021
Several months on from Safer Internet Day, UK Safer Internet Centre Director at SWGfL - David Wright, takes a look back at the record breaking day and the impact that it had
3rd June 2021
Safer Internet Day 2021 reached more young people than ever before, with 51% of UK children aged 8-17 hearing about the day, alongside 38% of UK parents and carers. Find out more stats in this article.
22nd April 2021
For this year’s Safer Internet Day, we joined forces with Liverpool FC to stream a live event via the UK Safer Internet Centre Youtube channel to talk about reliability online. Find out what happened in this latest article.
15th February 2021
In the run up to Safer Internet Day, Snapchat released brand new safety resources including Safety Snapshot and the Parent Guide. Read our latest article to find out more.
11th February 2021
Coming across harmful content or being the target of it, can trigger a stress response, clouding our minds and make it difficult to explain, and prove what has happened. For that reason, we’ve decided to provide Report Harmful Content's top 5 tips for reporting harmful content.
5th February 2021
In the run up to Safer Internet Day, the Report Harmful Content service outline how their platform operates and how they are helping to protect 13+ year olds online.
4th February 2021
To make sure you know where to be this Safer Internet Day, this article details the schedule of events that outlines what event is happening, where it’s taking place and at what time. Join us on the 9th of February
1st February 2021
This Safer Internet Day, the POSH Helpline are running a Q & A event to answer your questions about online safety. Put forward your question here and find out more about our topic for this year's theme.
28th January 2021