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Young people tell us parental confidence in online safeguards might be misguided

15 April 2019

With a focus on families, our latest report explores the use of technology in the home and compares the perspectives of parents with those of young people. The report found that 60% of young people know how to bypass at least some internet safety restrictions in the home.

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2018 Appropriate Filtering and Monitoring definitions published for consultation

18 May 2018

The UK Safer Internet Centre has reviewed its 'appropriate' filtering and monitoring definitions and is publishing these as draft for consultation until June 15th 2018. The definitions aim to help both schools and providers understand what is considered 'appropriate'.

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A guide to monitoring

11 July 2017

All schools need to have "appropriate" levels of monitoring and filtering in place. This blog looks at what this means and what it looks like in practice.

Revised Statutory Safeguarding Guidance for schools in England – Keeping Children Safe in Education

26 May 2016

Following the consultation launched in December 2015, the Department for Education has today, published its response and revised statutory guidance; ‘Keeping Children Safe in Education’. This revised guidance is for schools (including academies, free schools special schools, PRU’s and...