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New, hard hitting resources for older pupils from Childline. These are currently accessed through Youtube, so may need to be downloaded via an unfiltered source for school use. Click the logos for more...

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Teachers. Do you have a cyber-bullying or digital safety concern?
The Safer Internet Centre has been funded by the European Commission to provide a Helpline for professionals who work with children and young people in the UK, specifically tackling the area of e-safety. We provide support with all aspects of digital and online issues such as social networking sites, online bullying, sexting, online gaming and child protection online. The Helpline aims to resolve issues professionals face about themselves, such as protecting professional identity and reputation, as well as young people in relation to online safety. Click the logo to find out more


Avaialable from  CEOP ... First to a Million

First to a Million focuses on young people posting video content to sites like YouTube, how quickly things can spiral out of control and where they can get help if it does. The film follows a group of teens in their battle to be first to a million views of their increasingly outrageous films. At each step the viewer gets to choose what the characters do next, teaching teenagers how easy it is to make the wrong choices online.

First to a Million is  available to view on Youtube or it can be found  on the Thinkuknow website




Inspecting eSafety

Ofsted - Inspecting eSafety

Guidance for Inspectors relating to the inspection of eSafety in Schools is now available from the Ofsted site.  You can access the site by clicking on the image or by going to:



Teachers please visit the  "I work with Kids" homepage, where you now have the chance to select resources for Foundation Stage and KS1 children, or alternatively Key Stage 2 children. Click the logo to find out more.


Know IT All, Childnet's multi award-winning suite of education resources designed to help educate parents, teachers and young people about safe and positive use of the internet.

Currently there are 4 KIA resources for Parents and Carers, Secondary Schools, Primary Schools and Trainee Teachers and all four resources include content for young people. You can access all these here online for free, or order on CD-ROM.

Teachers and Technology:
A checklist for trainees and NQTs

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There are lots of resources available on the Internet to aid your teaching of Online Safety. You will find a range of resources here which will both update you on latest eSafety issues whilst also directing you to resources that will support you in developing Online Safety in your school.





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