You can’t keep children safe if you don’t know what’s happening. Anonymous reporting reaches those who are reluctant or find reporting bullying, abuse, grooming or other issues difficult.
Whisper allows your school community to report issues to you. They can choose to be anonymous, or to leave contact details. You can then act more quickly.
Whisper comes with a custom button, link or code for your school website or newsletter, and a unique dedicated mobile number for SMS reporting.
Monitor your online reputation, and understand what children and parents are saying online about your school.
Reputation Alerts is a powerful tool to capture, track, and notify you about new online references to your school. Complaints. Unfair comments. Teacher abuse.
The tool scans social media, blogs, websites and press to let you know when you are being mentioned. It even indicates sentiment as positive or negative, and how influential the host website is, so you can easily work out what to do. It will email you immediately if it finds anything important or urgent.
It can be referred to as Online safety, eSafety or internet safety, but what does it mean?
We have become significantly dependent on and accustomed to the digital services and devices we use for being online. Online safety plays a vital role in the proper use of these tools
Ten E Safety Tips for Staying Safe Online. For parents and families, and for children and young people, our ten top online safety tips
We are the leading organisation that supports technology in education while safeguarding children online.
Along with our partners we support more schools with online safety than any other organisation.
We have more than 15 years of experience working with schools and professionals to support the use of technology in education. We are also the leading partner within the UK Safer Internet Centre and so we operate not only on our doorstep, but also across the UK, Europe and the rest of the world.
An online software solution to help schools monitor their students' behaviors when surfing the Internet
Online Safety helpline for professionals who work with children and young people in the UK
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
Test your Internet connection to see if it blocks illegal child abuse and terrorist content
The Revenge Porn Helpline is the UK’s only service dedicated to supporting adults who have been victims of intimate image abuse
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
Today, the law commission has published new recommendations to address harm online through protecting victims of online abuse as well as aiming to protect freedom of expression. Find out what was put forward
21st July 2021
The Government has published a new strategy today to help protect women and girls against violence and harm offline and online. Find out what is included and hear from the Revenge Porn Helpline on what this means for protecting victims.
21st July 2021
Caroline Dinenage, Minister for Digital and Culture launched a new Online Media Literacy Strategy to help combat misinformation online. The strategy has been brought forward to support teachers, carers, youth workers and librarians in their skills to help children and young people in spotting misinformation online.
15th July 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