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UKSIC responds to Reform of the National Curriculum Consultation

15 April 2013

The UK Safer Internet Centre has responded to the government consultation on the Reform of the National Curriculum in England .

UKSIC’s response aimed to encourage sufficient attention and rigour are given to e-safety aspects, and the centre detailed that it is important that digital...

100,000th milestone for Internet Watch Foundation

12 April 2013

And in the past two years 12 children have been rescued from their abusers as a direct result of IWF actions.

The charity was formed in 1996 with the aim of eliminating online child sexual abuse content.

Four in five child victims in online content appear to be 10...

Childnet launch guide about music, film, TV and the internet

08 April 2013

Childnet, partners in the UK Safer Internet Centre, launch online guide as research reveals extent of confusion over pirate sites for film, music and TV.

A campaign to provide clarity for parents was launched today by award-winning Upstairs, Downstairs actress, Keeley Hawes , as a new YouGov...

European conference on the global fight against online child sexual abuse content

22 March 2013

The Internet Watch Foundation (IWF), the UK Safer Internet Centre’s hotline for the public to report online child sexual abuse content, encountered 9,550 reports of webpages that contained potentially child sexual abuse images in 2012. Of this total number, only 73 webpages were...

Consultation on the reform of the National Curriculum in England

21 March 2013

The Department for Education have launched a consultation on the reform of the National Curriculum in England.

This consultation sets out the Government’s plans to reform the National Curriculum in England and follows a review of the National Curriculum (launched January 2011) with the...