ProjectEVOLVE has now launched a new report that analyses data and findings from the schools and professionals who use it. Find out more in our article.
1st April 2022
Although online safety and cyber-security are closely related, there are significant differences between the two. Take a look at what these are in our article
28th March 2022
Ken Corish (ProjectEVOLVE lead and online safety director at SWGfL) has put together this useful video guide around how the ProjectEVOLVE knowledge map feature works and how it goes towards planning for what areas of the toolkit to use.
1st November 2021
We are pleased to join with Bitdefender along with some of the leading experts in online security to bring you a free CSS event, Cyber Secure Schools taking place on Wednesday 13th October at 13:00. Book your free tickets here!
4th October 2021
Report Harmful Content has launched a reporting button for organisations and education settings to install on their website for free. This will direct their users to report legal but harmful material that they may have seen or been victim to online.
28th September 2021
One of the main priorities that schools face is ensuring that staff are prepared to manage their online safety responsibilities for new school year. Find out about our bespoke training sessions and how they can support you and your school.
27th August 2021
As another school year goes past, we looked back on what changes had come about over the last year and how teachers throughout the UK responded to another difficult year in times of COVID. It was clear from 2020 that online safety had become a new priority for the UK and from what we saw throughout 2021, it seemed as though schools continued to spread awareness of this important topic to their students.
19th August 2021
We are pleased to announce that the long anticipated Knowledge Map feature for ProjectEVOLVE has now officially launched for years 1, 3, 4, 5, 7 and 10. Find out how this new feature can revolutionise how professionals engage with their students in this latest blog.
12th July 2021
Managing a young person’s device can be tough, especially when so many children are likely to have their own smartphones, tablets etc, from a young age. In this blog we look at what monitoring apps can offer along with some considerations around using apps such as these.
9th July 2021
In this blog we’ll look at the impact social media fame can bring to individuals across all ages and consider what factors users should be aware of when wanting to find fame online.
25th June 2021
The purpose of this article is to share an introductory explanation about the dark web, helping to demystify it and also to put forward suggestions about responding if a young person is using the platform
14th June 2021
Find out what happened at Online Safety Day. This article outlines what was discussed by each guest speaker and breaks down the full two hour event to highlight the key topics and resources.
2nd October 2020
Hear all about the latest music creator app! This article looks at why so many people are using it and highlights some of its many features.
19th August 2020
Internet Matters along with Facebook have worked together to release an internet hub to offer tailored advice on how to connect safely online across a range of social media platforms. This includes advice and support for young people, parents and carers on how to connect safely online, as well as providing a range of helpful guidance that is tailored for your needs.
7th July 2020
If you’re looking to start a career as an online tutor or offer your teaching skills to schools during this time, there are certain things to consider when it comes to delivering online lessons.
1st July 2020
Tutoring is more important than ever, with a constant need to keep students and young people engaged in their education. Here are some safeguarding considerations if you're a school looking to recruit online tutors.
1st July 2020