In this series we take an in-depth look at the new UKCCIS framework “Education for a Connected World”, discuss the topics in the framework and how the content could be used to shape appropriate and effective engagement.
9th March 2018
With the recent publication of the new UKCCIS framework for Education in a Connected World, Ken Corish discusses why it's so important for teachers, carers and parents across the country.
9th February 2018
For schools, recognising, responding and dealing with online safety issues can be challenging. BOOST is a powerful suite of tools designed to help you meet those challenges.
14th September 2017
We are proud to announce our innovative work with AQDAR in the United Arab Emirates has won an International Telecommunication Union award at the World Summit for Information Society 2017 in Geneva
14th June 2017
How do we know that the online safety education programmes we provide are making a difference? Ken Corish outlines the case for developing a set of standards for online safety to develop resilience in children and young people
2nd March 2017
Incidence of aggressive behaviour in the 11-16 age group hasn’t shifted significantly across the whole landscape, these behaviours are rising, particularly those associated with online technologies
14th November 2016
Recent months have seen our services nominated and win at the National Digital Safety Awards in a glitzy ceremony in London. Why not take a look at those services and products for yourself and see what all the fuss is about?
14th June 2016
Prevent Duty Guidance now states that schools must "ensure children are safe from terrorist and extremist material when accessing the internet in school, including by establishing appropriate levels of filtering". So what does this actually mean?
19th April 2016
As another new school year approaches and the beautiful summer rain clouds we all enjoyed seem but a distant memory, thoughts turn to new classes; new strategies; new challenges.
27th August 2015
Ofsted has published the long awaited changes to the way it inspects all education and skills settings from September 2015. This includes significant changes to how they consider and inspect Online Safety...
29th June 2015
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