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 2017 will take place on 7th February. 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 over a thousand organisations who played their part to help make SID2016 the biggest one yet. Find out more about what happened across the UK.
We will be preading the message on the Website, Facebook and Twitter.
We will be having two assemblies, are entering into the #SID2016 and #shareaheart campaign. Our digital defenders group are taking part in #esstips. After school club will be taking part in a week of E-safety activities.
Townhill Junior School will Dress up and School Council will choose the name of the day. Children, parents and teachers will participate in activities that raise awareness of Computer and Internet Safety.
We will use our online presence and position of Ministers to raise awareness of SID on social media, SG Child Protection site, and work with partners to identify activities to promote SID in Scotland.
We will be celebrating Safer Internet Day by hosting a drop in event for parents, leafleting at local community areas and sharing tips via our blog.
At Vallis we will be celebrating Safer Internet Day to help our pupils stay happy and safe when working online.
All classes will take part in a range of activities during E Safety Week and parents will also be sent information and links to help them keep their children safe online.
At All Saints' we will be continuing our work to raise awareness of online safety issues. We will be working with children, staff and parents. The main focus of the day will be a special assembly.
A range of activities that raise pupils' awareness about the need for internet safety and to equip them with skills to use to keep themselves safe. We will also be involving parents and carers.
Colne Primet Academy will be celebrating Safer Internet Day by organising a series of events throughout the week aimed at highlighting the importance of staying safe online.