We run the Professionals Online Safety Helpline dedicated to provide help with online safety issues for any professional working with children and young people
We create new tools and awareness-raising resources to support professionals, parents and carers and young people in keeping safe and thriving online
We deliver training sessions to young people of all ages, parents and carers as well as school staff and other professionals. We also run free Online Safety Live briefings.
Online safety training for staff, children & parents, delivered by experts both face-to-face or online
It can be referred to as Online safety, eSafety or internet safety, but what does it mean?
Our kids will grow up only knowing life with the Internet, so how to keep them safe online?
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
Whether your school is closed or not, delivering classes online can be helpful. Here's the lowdown on organising classes online so they are trouble free
Keep your organisation safe from harmful content online by installing the Report Harmful Content button for your website.
Online Safety helpline for professionals who work with children and young people in the UK
Free online safety events delivered across the UK for professionals who work with children
On Wednesday 13th July, we will be once again joining TikTok for a new online event, all about digital wellbeing. Book your free tickets here:
23rd June 2022
We are pleased to announce that there will be new Online Safety Live events taking place throughout July and September. Book your free tickets here.
21st June 2022
Ofcom has released a new Online Nation report to show data around how people in the UK use the internet. Find out what conclusions were drawn
6th June 2022
On Wednesday 25th May, the Home Secretary, Priti Patel visited the SWGfL office to find out more about our important work in supporting victims of online harms. Find out what was discussed in our article
1st June 2022