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 2015 took place on 10th February 2015, with the theme 'Let's create a better internet together'.
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.
Thank you to everyone who helped to create a better internet for SID2015. Find out more about
on the 10th February
We will be taking part in a shared online assembly for Safer Internet Day, joining with other United Learning primary schools to share ideas, smiles and pledges.
We are celebrating Safer Internet Day by providing parents with resources available on the UKSIC Website and utilizing videos and quizzes to raise an awareness of internet safety from the Early Years.
We will be supporting Safer Internet Day through social media and working with colleagues at the Anti-Bullying Alliance to highlight how the internet can be a safer place for everybody.
Whole School Assemblies and Activities for Tutor Groups in the mornings.
We will be celebrating Safer Internet Day across the school through a range of exciting activities and workshops. We'll also be providing E-Safety workshops for parents and our wider community.
We're getting involved by spreading the word through our employees and UK network of Partners & Customers. We want to encourage them to join the conversation and keep internet safety front of mind!
During this week we are encouraging parents to have an open dialogue with their children about esafety issues. Children may not know that their activity can harm themselves and others online.
SID assemblies start the week for all students. This year's theme is being reinforced in ICT lessons and PSHCE. Year 10 students are distributing anti-cyberbullying leaflets. SID2015 pledges happening
At homeDNAdirect we will encourage our customers to use Internet safely. We will spread the word through our social media pages as well as put a note about SID 2015 in our email signatures.
To celebrate the day, Penydre is dedicating it’s assemblies to safer internet day, performing internet safety inspired drama lessons and encouraging pupils to create an internet safety campaign.