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 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.
The Devan Group will be supporting Safer Internet Day through social media and our website. We will also encourage others to support the day and a blog post about staying safe online will be created.
In support of SID we will be having a whole school assembly focussing on improving communication between our children and their peers. Each class will then be completing workshops analysing the differences between all of us, being unique and how to communicate effectively with different types of personalities.
PCC Ron Hogg is encouraging parents in Durham & Darlington to set aside time to talk about internet safety with their children, and will be sharing hints and tips for parents on the PCC Facebook page.
We will be supporting Safer Internet Day by sharing content and resource links on our social media sites and via bulletins to our schools, reaching those who help keep our young people safe online.
We will support SID2016 with an assembly, safer internet activities across school and with a cyber bullying play.
We will be carrying out assemblies for each year group, parent consultations, and pupils will be creating their own Internet Safety pledges. We will also be delivering workshops on Sexting to pupils.
We are supporting Safer Internet Day by continuing to promote staying safe online on our website, through social media and working closely with other partners giving top tips to beat cyber criminals.
We will be having special assemblies for parents and pupils and a range of class activities linked to safe use of the internet as recommended by UK Safer Internet Centre.
We'll be celebrating the positive aspects of the internet, whilst raising awareness of the issues that children face online today. Parents will be given updated information about staying safe online.
We will be making learners aware of the programme and relating this to working with primary school children.