To support educators for Safer Internet Day 2020, the UK Safer Internet Centre - official coordinators of the day in the UK - have created a range of new educational resources focusing on a brand new theme.
We have updated some of our internet safety resources for parents and carers in time for the October half term! Our new suite of resources provides an insight into online safety for kids and can help your family to stay safe online.
Whether you’re in a primary school or a secondary, a college or an alternative provision, filtering is one of the first lines of defence you should have in place to help prevent inappropriate content from reaching your students.
We can’t believe that there are only 4 months to go until Safer Internet Day 2020! In this blog we look at all of the things you can do now, as well as all of the great things you have to look forward to!
Research released this week by the British Board of Film Classification (BBFC) has looked into pornography and the way that young people access it. The research found that more than half of young people had seen pornography online, including children as young as seven.