Online Safety2021-11-29T12:22:24+00:00
312, 2021

What is Yubo?

After multiple lockdowns and a pandemic, we are seeing more children and young people craving connection than ever before. One app is redesigning itself entirely around this idea. Yubo (formerly known as Yellow) now describes itself as a “platform that

312, 2021

Poppy Playtime: Online Safety Review

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

3011, 2021

Cyber Security Toolkit for Children

The cyber essential steps to keeping children safe online Do the children in your care understand the importance of strong passwords and cyber security? Do your passwords contain the name of members of your family,

2611, 2021

My Child’s First Device

With Christmas around the corner and Black Friday discounts, this might be the year you’re deciding to buy your child their first device (or third, fourth, fifth – even a new update). This is a big decision! Be it

2511, 2021

Understanding FGM

Sexual and gender-based violence (SGBV) is typically understood as an offline issue. In our line of work, however, we are seeing increasing reports of online sexualised abuse and harassment towards women and girls. To remedy this issue, we need to

2511, 2021

Responding to Online Challenges and Hoaxes

Guidance for Schools INEQE Safeguarding Group has produced a resource to support your school’s response to online challenges and harmful content. This resource explains why online challenges are popular, providing top tips on how to identify a hoax versus

1911, 2021

Anti Bullying Week l Safeguarding in 60

Join our Safeguarding Hub Newsletter Network Members of our network receive weekly updates on the trends, risks and threats to children and young people online. Pause, Think and Plan Guidance

1911, 2021

Bullying Beyond the Classroom

Once upon a time, chatting with friends outside of school meant using a landline. Playing games with pals involved knocking on their doors. Being bullied by other pupils was confined to school hours. Now, the virtual

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