You can read a useful overview on esafety, presented by the NEN (National Education Network) here.
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National Online Safety
“Our Certified School Programme is a complete solution for schools to implement an effective approach to online safety. It has been designed by education professionals to meet the statutory online safety safeguarding duties outlined in the Keeping Children Safe in Education (KCSIE) September 2018 guidance.” (Main website) Lots of worksheets and help for schools in the UK (facebook).
Safer Internet Day (2017)
Safer Internet Day (2021)
Bullying – don’t face it alone
Cyberbullying: What Is Cyberbullying and How to Stop It
Provided by CallerSmart. Please note this is mainly US but some information applies to all.
Childline is yours – a free, private and confidential service where you can talk about anything.
Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre. Also see ThinkYouKnow
Protecting Children’s Privacy Online – A Guide for Parents, Carers and Educators
Digital citizenship – dealing with online hazards and building safe spaces and communities
E2BN BLOG – Online Safety and conferences
A search engine designed to help kids with safer browsing. (Related article here).
A global organization headquartered in the USA and staffed entirely by volunteers.
Camden Grid for Learning’s eSafety site for everyone
Mobile and Smartphones – an article supplied by Tiger Mobiles
How to protect children on their Smartphones
Network Rail and Thomas the Tank Engine have joined together to help young children learn about staying safe around the railway. (Visit the website and download an ebook, here)
TheScience of Addiction: K-12 Integrated Prevention Curriculum
Norton’s Guide to keeping children safe online
Sexual abuse Preventing child sexual abuse
The Sex Education Forum has developed 12 principles of good quality RSE, which are supported by children’s charities and education unions (published 15 November 2017).
Parents Guide to Protecting Kids Online (20 ways to protect kids online)
CEOP’s Thinkuknow – What’s good, what’s not and what you can do about it
Parent’s Guide to Internet Safety
YHGfL eSafety is now on ICT4C
Social Media in Education
Are your staff trained on the risks associated with social media? (This is an article by Bradley Powell who works at online training provider, Virtual College)
Kayleigh’s Love Story – a safeguarding film by Leicestershire Police
How to protect children online – an eBuyer Blog