We have created this training module drawing on the expertise gained from operating the Harmful Sexual Behaviour Support service. This training looks at what harmful sexual behaviour is and how schools can appropriately respond to it.
Get webinars, guidance and tools to support your organisation with their filtering and monitoring responsibilities
We have partnered with Schillings International LLP to provide a simple downloadable guide for the Online Safety Bill
Our free Online Safety Polcy Templates enable you to create your very own Online Safety Policy for your school that whilst built on our expertise, includes content that makes it unique and relevant for your school or organisation.
Downloadable booklets to guide you through your profile settings in Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Snapchat. It helps you control how your profile appears, what your friends and other people can see, and how to report problems.
Downloadable booklets to guide you through your profile settings in Facebook. It helps you control how your profile appears, what your friends and other people can see, and how to report problems.
Downloadable booklets to guide you through your profile settings in Twitter. It helps you control how your profile appears, what your friends and other people can see, and how to report problems.
Downloadable booklets to guide you through your profile settings in Instagram. It helps you control how your profile appears, what your friends and other people can see, and how to report problems.
Downloadable booklets to guide you through your profile settings in Snapchat. It helps you control how your profile appears, what your friends and other people can see, and how to report problems.
Download or purchase our colourful and informative online safety posters around some of the most common topics
A resource that offers children, young people and parents advice and strategies to support the issues resulting from sexting incidents.
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
Never have video conferencing services been as important as they are right now. No longer are they a novelty but vital for us all to stay connected, whether home, school or work. But which one is best?
A guide for educational professionals when working from home.
SWGfL report on the expectations and effects lockdown has had towards children online.
Tutoring online will include unsupervised activities with children, such as unsupervised teaching and training children. Consequently, it should be considered as a regulated activity. Therefore the requirements of Keeping Children Safe in Education (KCSIE 2019 and 2020) and Safer Recruitment apply.
Personal data (GDPR) advice and guidance for schools / colleges to use alongside their own data protection policy.
Our online safety podcast exists to help everybody with their online safety challenges and questions, as we believe that everybody should use technology free from harm.
The Revenge Porn Helpline, Report Harmful Content and the Professionals Online Safety Helpline have been working with the National Stalking Helpline and the National Crime Agency to create an online welfare advice pack for both students and university staff.
Phishing emails trick you into giving away personal information. Our guide will teach you how to spot and stop phishing scams.
Online spaces, games and media form a large part of life for young people growing up today. If you understand the situations they encounter you’ll be better placed to offer them advice on how to deal with them.
A teachers resource aimed at year 10 students to educate on the subject of pornography and online pornography. The Let's Talk About Porn presentation and teachers notes are a ready-made resource which can be downloaded.
With the rise of sexting incidents involving young people, this guidance aims to help schools identify sexting incidents, manage them and escalate appropriately
Top tips on how to protect children from online extremism
These are twelve key steps you can take (or just check, if you’ve done them in the past) to get some information security fundamentals in place
A set of resources for handling Harmful Sexual Behaviour within a school setting
This short guide aims to provide advice and guidance to school leadership on how to help staff use Facebook’s family of apps in a safe, professional and positive way.
Devices at home deliver media, entertainment and internet access for the whole family. They also provide new opportunities for creativity and learning. This guide and poster provides some tips and checklists to help you.
SWGfL have released the online safety calendar for the new school year. Get all the important dates and essential resources for each month.
Which juristictions have a positive drive towards good practice and policy with regard to adult image based abuse
Ask.fm is a social network where users ask each other questions, which can be anonymous. This has led to problems with cyberbullying and offensive content. Have more control over your profile and find our what to do when things go wrong with our guide.
The tool provides excellent prompts to allow the Local Authority / Local Safeguarding Children's Board group to understand what they know (or don't know) about local Online Safety provision for young people across the area.
Dud thinks he has found a foolproof way of getting rich quick by giving away his personal details online, but Zip and Mouse aren't convinced. As well as featuring big evil aliens the book contains a more serious message that whilst the online world can bring benefits, children can be at risk
This resource aims to raise awareness in young people of the consequences of sharing and publishing images of others. It demonstrates that seemingly small actions quickly gain momentum and get out of control.
Guidance from the Professionals Online Safety Helpline on how to respond to the online sexual harassment of staff
Looking at the revised Keeping Children Safe in Education’ guidance, highlighting the main changes and what they mean for teachers
SELMA (Social and Emotional Learning for Mutual Awareness) is a two-year project co-funded by the European Commission which aims to tackle the problem of online hate speech by promoting mutual awareness, tolerance, and respect.
ENABLE (European Network Against Bullying in Learning and Leisure Environments) aims to tackle bullying in a holistic way, helping young people exercise their fundamental rights in the home, school, class and community (i.e. peer group).