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

Huggy Wuggy and Poppy Playtime Online Safety Review – Update

2022-04-11T15:34:27+01:00

A horror game character from ‘Poppy Playtime’ named Huggy Wuggy has been raising concerns amongst parents, police and safeguarding professionals. WARNING: This contains images and details some people may find disturbing. This should not be shared with young children. 

Huggy Wuggy and Poppy Playtime Online Safety Review – Update2022-04-11T15:34:27+01:00

Safeguarding Alert – Slender Man

2022-02-02T11:27:18+00:00

We’ve received recent reports of children as young as six discussing an online horror character called ‘Slender Man’. Our online safety experts have taken a deeper look at Slender Man to address any risks or red flags, as well as our top tips for parents, carers, and

Safeguarding Alert – Slender Man2022-02-02T11:27:18+00:00

Poppy Playtime: Online Safety Review

2022-01-20T14:18:07+00:00

Guidance for Parents and Carers WARNING: This contains images and details some people may find disturbing. This should not be shared with young children.  Our online safety experts have been alerted to a video game, being described by some users as an “introduction

Poppy Playtime: Online Safety Review2022-01-20T14:18:07+00:00

Alert: The Bullying of Teachers

2021-12-10T20:44:33+00:00

INEQE Safeguarding Group have been alerted to a number of incidents concerning the online targeting of teachers and school professionals by students. Pupils have been creating online posts that ridicule, harass, or otherwise bully staff on social media sites, such as TikTok and Instagram.  The nature of these posts includes photographs of

Alert: The Bullying of Teachers2021-12-10T20:44:33+00:00

Online Safety Update: Don’t believe in Evil Santa this Christmas

2021-12-10T16:51:38+00:00

A viral post is circulating on social media about a child accidentally stumbling across a video called ‘Evil Santa’ on YouTube Kids. The video allegedly features Santa telling the child to harm themselves and others to get more presents. The post has been shared widely on social media, worrying parents, carers,

Online Safety Update: Don’t believe in Evil Santa this Christmas2021-12-10T16:51:38+00:00

Safeguarding Update: Squid Game

2021-12-10T16:06:53+00:00

Due to the popularity of Netflix’s most recent viral show, Squid Game, our online safety experts have received several questions about it from concerned parents, carers, and teachers. We decided to release a Safeguarding Update that highlights the main risks and concerns our experts found when researching the show.    What is Squid Game? 

Safeguarding Update: Squid Game2021-12-10T16:06:53+00:00

Let’s Talk About Furries

2021-12-10T16:08:54+00:00

The internet is a constantly changing global forum that is filled with many different types of communities. These communities often allow people to express themselves in a way that frees them from what they consider to be societal “norms.” In recent years, with the explosive popularity of YouTubers and TikTokers, some members of these communities

Let’s Talk About Furries2021-12-10T16:08:54+00:00
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