Websites to support e-safety (with an anti-bullying focus)
CEOP Reporting abuse and links to Think-U-Know resources
Professional Helpline support for school staff (0844 3814772)
DfE information for teachers
Internet Watch Foundation Report online criminal activity here.
SWLG Exemplar policies, resources and advice.
Facebook’s Safety centre – advice for teachers
Sites from Childnet International
Childnet Excellent teacher support (NQTs).
Kidsmart (for Primary pupils, parents and educators)
Digizen (11-16 yr olds, parents and educators)
Chatdanger Full of real life examples relating to internet safety issues
Childnet.com/sorted Technical advice relating to file sharing, viruses, security issues and privacy etc.
‘Get Safe Online’ is a joint initiative between the Government, the National Crime Agency, and public and private sector supporters from the world of technology, communication, retail and finance to raise awareness of internet security.Download the excellent ‘rough guide’ or browse safety tips online.
Webwise.ie - Irish websafety site with good, easily accessible resources and information.
Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) - protecting personal data advice for teenagers.
Direct Gov's "Click Clever, Click Safe" advice site for Parents and Young People.
KidsandMedia - Wide range of help for parents. Focused questions across a wide range of topics.
Netsafe - A useful New Zealand resources with information and activities for parents, children (Hector's World), and schools.
GetNetWise contains the largest online repository of instructional how-to video tutorials that show parents and users how to keep their family's online experiences safe and secure. Instructional videos range from setting your search engine to filter pornography in its search results to activating your computer's security settings. http://www.getnetwise.org/videotutorials/
National Education Network E-Safety Content Matrix. Maintained database of key sites categorised into user groups such as LA's, SLT's, teachers etc.
Vodafone have a good online resource book (they may send some to schools). This includes useful ‘how to. guides for facebook settings etc.
National Bullying Helpline: Support for adults
Cyber Mentors http://www.cybermentors.org.uk
Digizen: Let’s fight it together video and resources to support anti-bullying
Make them go away Link to a youtube video series. These anti-bullying materials were distributed to all schools.
Anti-bullying day 2018 resources http://standuptobullying.co.uk/join-in/
Safer Internet day 2019 resources https://www.saferinternet.org.uk/safer-internet-day
Cyber Street A new website launched by HM Government. Be Cyber Streetwise is a cross-government campaign, funded by the National Cyber Security Programme, and delivered in partnership with the private and voluntary sectors. The campaign is lead by the Home Office, working closely with the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills and the Cabinet Office.
We aim to measurably and significantly improve the online safety behaviour and confidence of consumers and small businesses (SMEs).
On this website we’ve collected links to all the great resources produced by partners, helping you find the information you need to protect yourselves, your families and your businesses.
Action Fraud is the UK’s national reporting centre for fraud and internet crime, which provides support to citizens and a reporting service for crime and crime related incidents through its web based and contact centre channels.
Out of Your Hands? is brought to your by Mobile Industry Crime Action Forum (MICAF), the Home Office and the National Mobile Phone Unit, to educate young people aged 7 to 16 on the responsible way to own, operate and safeguard their mobile phone.
Common Sense Media is dedicated to improving the lives of kids and families by providing the trustworthy information, education, and independent voice they need to thrive in a world of media and technology.
CEOP Online Safeguarding Resources:
“Parent Info” is a comprehensive, free resource for schools covering a range of safeguarding topics and information about apps and when they are updated etc. The content is updated by CEOP (Child Exploitation & Online Protection Centre).
The direct link is: http://parentinfo.org/