Below you will find useful information, advice and guidance regarding online safety.
A series of short videos which outline online harms, relevant legislation and a checklist for best practice.
Make sure your home doesn't have an open door to child sexual abusers. Follow the TALK checklist to help keep your child safe online.
The draft Online Safety Bill establishes a new regulatory framework to tackle harmful content online.
The IWF Annual Report 2020.
IWF - Gurls Out Loud Campaign
Delivering a Duty of Care -
An assessment of the
Government’s proposals against the NSPCC’s six tests for the Online Safety Bill.
Guidance - Harmful online challenges and online hoaxes Advice for schools and colleges to support their approach to harmful online challenges and online hoaxes.
Guidance -Teaching online safety in schools. Supporting schools to teach pupils how to stay safe online when studying new and existing subjects.
Guidance - Sharing nudes and semi-nudes: advice for education settings working with children and young people. Guidance on responding to incidents and safeguarding children and young people.
Guidance - UKCIS Online Safety Audit Tool. The UK Council for Internet Safety (UKCIS) Online Safety Audit Tool helps mentors of trainee teachers and newly qualified teachers induct mentees and provide ongoing support, development and monitoring.
Guidance - Safeguarding children and protecting professionals in early years settings: online safety considerations. Guidance to help those who work in early years settings consider their practice and to take steps to safeguard both children and adults online.
Policy Paper - Digital Resilience Framework. A framework and tool for organisations, policymakers, schools and companies to use to embed digital resilience thinking into products, education and services.
Guidance- Education for a Connected World. A framework to equip children and young people for digital life.
Guidance - Coronavirus (COVID-19): keeping children safe online. Advice and guidance to help parents and carers to keep children safe online during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.
Guidance - Online safety in schools and colleges: Questions from the Governing Board. Questions that school governors should ask to help ensure their school leaders are keeping children safe online.
Information, Advice & Reporting - CEOP is a law enforcement agency and is here to keep children and young people safe from sexual exploitation and abuse.
Information & Advice - for professionals working with LGBTQ+ young people (YP) aged 7-18.
The LGBTQ+ Index of Harms is broken down into the strands from the Education for a Connected World Framework. Each strand of the framework is summarised into at least one likely harm.
Information & Advice - The Professionals Online Safety Helpline is a unique service for all professionals working with children and young people in the UK with any online safety issues they may face themselves, or with children in their care.
Information & Advice - NSPCC offers further information for keeping children safe online.
Guidance - Consultation outcome: Online Harms White Paper.
Information, Advice & Reporting - You can anonymously and confidentially report: Child sexual abuse content
Non-photographic child sexual abuse images.
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