Resources for Anti-Bullying Week 2022

2022-11-10T12:58:09+00:00

For Anti-Bullying Week 2022, we’ve put together a collection of all our bullying-related resources. Below you’ll find articles on bullying, including tough topics such as what to do when your child is the bully, plus practical resources that can be used in the classroom and at home. What is Anti-Bullying Week? Anti-Bullying Week 2022 takes

Resources for Anti-Bullying Week 20222022-11-10T12:58:09+00:00

Cyber Security Awareness Month

2022-10-18T15:53:48+01:00

For Cyber Security Awareness month, we’ve put together some handy resources for you! Check out our buzzwords shareable to help you keep up to date with all the latest cyber security terms and popular phrases. For schools, we have created a cyber security audit, designed to help you understand your resilience

Cyber Security Awareness Month2022-10-18T15:53:48+01:00

Are People the Biggest Threat to Your Cyber Security?

2022-10-14T10:08:12+01:00

What’s the first thing that comes to mind when you think of cyber security risks? Computer viruses? Password hacks? Vulnerabilities in tech and websites? It turns out, the biggest threat to your cyber security could be people…including you and those around you. We’re not implying you might be surrounded by cybercriminals

Are People the Biggest Threat to Your Cyber Security?2022-10-14T10:08:12+01:00

World Mental Health Day: Talking to Young People about Mental Health

2022-05-11T11:19:26+01:00

For World Mental Health Day 2022, we have compiled our best resources on mental health, along with some top tips for talking to young people about mental health. This year’s theme is “Make mental health and wellbeing for all a global priority”. Although not as taboo a subject as it once

World Mental Health Day: Talking to Young People about Mental Health2022-05-11T11:19:26+01:00

Dyslexia in a Digital World: Your Need-to-Know Guide

2022-10-07T15:02:35+01:00

For Dyslexia Awareness Week 2022, we’ve put together a guide on this often-misunderstood learning difficulty. With this year’s theme being 'Breaking Through Barriers', we thought it was important to help bring some visibility to the barriers people with dyslexia face in education. Here is a simple overview of what dyslexia is,

Dyslexia in a Digital World: Your Need-to-Know Guide2022-10-07T15:02:35+01:00

Deleting Messages – An Online Safety Guide

2022-10-03T13:01:27+01:00

Have you ever sent a message, and immediately wished you could unsend it? Many messaging options on popular platforms are starting to make this wish come true by offering a ‘deleting messages’ feature. Our online safety experts have taken a look at the various options to help parents and

Deleting Messages – An Online Safety Guide2022-10-03T13:01:27+01:00

Has Seesaw been hacked?

2022-09-23T15:27:55+01:00

You may have heard about a recent cyberattack on the popular school platform, Seesaw. While there was misconception over whether this applied only to the United States, we have received reports that schools across the UK have been affected by this attack.

Has Seesaw been hacked?2022-09-23T15:27:55+01:00

Energy Bills Scam

2022-09-23T12:21:37+01:00

We have recently been alerted to a new scam being circulated across the UK. This phishing scam involves a text message that links you to a fake UK government website to register for the energy bills discount scheme. Our Scam Alert will help you understand what the scam is, how to

Energy Bills Scam2022-09-23T12:21:37+01:00

Scam Alert – The ‘Hi Mum’ WhatsApp Scam

2022-09-12T14:24:38+01:00

We have recently become aware of an increase in a phishing scam, often known as ‘Hi Mum’. The scam involves the impersonation of friends or family members, and can be conducted through text message or an instant messaging service, such as WhatsApp.Our Scam Alert will help you understand what the scam is,

Scam Alert – The ‘Hi Mum’ WhatsApp Scam2022-09-12T14:24:38+01:00

Responding to online challenges, trends, and hoaxes

2022-09-09T10:51:59+01:00

When a viral challenge is reported in the news or on social media, it's often easier to consider the risks than establish the facts. Making the decision to issue guidance or warnings about challenges and hoaxes is often informed by the principle of ‘better safe than sorry’. While safeguarding responses to online harms are vital, the

Responding to online challenges, trends, and hoaxes2022-09-09T10:51:59+01:00
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