Welcome to the UK Safer Internet Centre, where you can find e-safety tips, advice and resources to help children and young people stay safe on the internet.
Safer Internet Day 2016 will take place on 9th February 2016. Find out more and get involved!
The UK Safer Internet Centre's helpline for professionals working with young people in the UK.
The UK Safer Internet Centre's hotline for the public to report online child sexual abuse content.
Games, films, quizzes and advice to help you stay safe online. With resources for primary and secondary age children.
Advice about key esafety topics like social networking, as well as how-to guides for setting up filters and parent settings.
Educational resources, e-safety policy and protecting your online reputation - for teachers, social workers and more.
Thanks to everyone who is helping to make SID2016 the biggest one yet. Find out more about how to get involved in SID2016 and register your support.
We will be helping mark Safer Internet Day with C2k, who are running a competition for school pupils to raise awareness of online behaviour called ‘Play your part for a better internet.'
BBC News School Reporters from schools all over the UK will be reporting on Safer Internet Day and other stories as part of School Report's February 'Practice News Day' via www.bbc.co.uk/schoolreport
We will be offering workshops in Internet Safety to people with learning disabilities. Working to make the net a safer place.
We will be celebrating Safer Internet Day through a programme of messages to our partner schools and directly with children attending Arsenal Double Club sessions.
We are celebrating SID by creating posters signifying how to stay safe while browsing the internet.
We will be celebrating SID 2016 as a whole school, raising awareness of staying safe online whilst still having fun!
I will be celebrating Safer Internet Day 2016 by promoting it on my Organisational website and telling people all about it.
The Football Association supports SID 2016 and will play our part by promoting The FA's best practice guidance in the use of websites & social media across youth football.
We will be celebrating using the internet by learning more about how to be safe online in class and having an e-safety poster competition!
We believe in a safe online experience! Spreading awareness through social media & in schools is how we will celebrate #SID2016 #mypopster