At INEQE Safeguarding Group, we believe that every day should be a safer internet day for children and young people. To celebrate Safer Internet Day 2023, we’ve put together a list of our resources to help you empower and protect those in your care as they engage with the digital world.

This year’s theme for Safer Internet Day is ‘Want to talk about it? Making space for conversations about life online.’ According to a study conducted by The Conversation, most children and young people in the UK think their parents, carers, and teachers will “misunderstand or overreact” to what they believe is “normal, unproblematic behaviour and experiences.”

That is why it is important to have non-judgemental, calm discussions about the internet and the online world with those in your care. It will always be the most effective way to learn about what they are experiencing and help them be safer.

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Digital Trends

Being Real on TikTok Now

Wizz and HiPal Walkie Talkie

A Guide to Instagram’s Lastest Updates

An Online Safety Guide to BeReal

What’s Up with WhatsApp

Your Guide to Yoti and Age Verification

A Parent’s Guide to Snapchat Family Center

An Online Safety Guide to Yubo

Parental Control Apps

Online Risks

Why Do Young People Make Friends Online?

A Beginners Guide to Deepfakes

Tackling Misinformation Online

Responding to Online Challenges & Trends

How to Deal with Cyberbullying

What is Trolling?

Influencers & Eating Disorders

Self-Harm and Peer Support

Are People the Biggest Cybersecurity Threat?

What is Virtual Reality?

What is the Metaverse?

An Online Safety Guide to Deleting Messages

Helpful Activities

The Power of Online Comments

Who Are Your Trusted Adults?

Random Acts of Kindness

Empower their Emotional Intelligence

What Are You Thankful For?

The Family Screen Time Pack

More Resources to Discover!

Keeping children and young people safe online doesn’t end when Safer Internet Day is over. It’s a year-round task that requires a whole-school approach. That’s why we’re always creating new resources for both parents, carers and school staff.

Home Learning Hub - Online Safety for Parents

Teach Hub is packed full of practical, useable resources for the classroom that are designed to be age-appropriate, relevant and up to date with the ever-changing online world. Find your next online safety lesson plan here and register for free today.

Our Home Learning Hub helps parents and carers to help the children and young people in their care be safer online. The resources are created to be easy to use and accessible for the whole family. Access the Hub here.

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