40,000 pupils took part in this year's LGfL DigiSafe pupil online-safety survey about their online lives. We found out what they love and what they hate, what really goes on behind closed screens, and who they trust when things go wrong. Discover what we learned and what it means for schools, parents, industry and government in our new report, 'Hopes & Streams'.
A list offering guidance to those affected by smart home devices being used to control or harass them within abusive relationships has been published online.
It is largely aimed at women.
The European Digital Competence Framework, also known as DigComp, offers a tool to improve citizen's digital competence. Today, being digitally competent means that people need to have competences in all areas of DigComp.
With Relationship and Sex Education (RSE) becoming statutory in all schools from September 2019 schools need practical, thoughtful and helpful resources to help them teach RSE.
Statutory guidance for schools and colleges on safeguarding children and safer recruitment.
'We have published the guidance dated 3 September 2018 for information only. Until 3 September 2018, schools and colleges must continue to use the current statutory guidance dated September 2016.'
LGFL have produced a Tracked Changes document to help you.
In this blog Childnet, a partner in the UK Safer Internet Centre, explore the safety feature ‘Restricted Mode’ on YouTube; looking at how it works and some things to be aware of when using it.
At Childnet our Education Team go into schools each day to deliver online safety sessions to pupils, parents and teachers. In these sessions we are often asked about filtering content on the online video-sharing service, YouTube.