360 degree safe is a well-designed, user friendly, online tool for schools to review their online safety provision. It helps them identify strengths / weaknesses & develop an improvement action plan
Additional Helpful Resources
International School Online Safety Policy Templates
The SWGfL school Online Safety Policy Templates help schools to address a wide range of e-safety policy issues without having to start with a blank page.
We walk you through each aspect of online safety, helping you to collaborate, report, and progress.
Online Safety Training
Specialist e-safety training for pupils, staff and parents from the leading online safety experts.
SWGfL Online Safety
Training, Reputation Management, Anonymous Reporting, Classroom Resources, Incident Management and more.
Online Safety Day is Coming Back!
We are pleased to announce that we will be hosting Online Safety Day once again this year with social media giant Facebook. Find out what you can do to be the first to sign up to this online event.
19th July 2021
New Government Strategy Launched to Combat Misinformation Online
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
ProjectEVOLVE - Knowledge Map Feature Has Launched
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
Government Launches New Online Safety Guidance for Tech Companies
The government has produced new guidance around protecting users online in response to smaller tech firms feeling less confident in incorporating online safety measures. Find out what was put forward and how this goes towards protecting children online.
30th June 2021