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E-safety

Understanding cyber-security

How can teachers lead the way in tackling cyber-security issues to ensure their pupils remain ...

How to combat radicalisation in schools

Carole Loader, director at Mesma, offers guidance on the government's Prevent duty

BYOD: Stronger encryption needed

John Michael discusses the security implications of BYOD as teachers take work home and carry ...

Online programme to improve school cyber safety

A cyber security online training programme is being offered to teachers to help them combat cy...

Understand, prevent and respond to cyberbullying

Childnet to host CPD training events in both London and Manchester to launch new guidance and ...

Teaching mobile security to teachers and pupils

By Paul Storey, Product Manager, Head of Voice Services, at Redcentric

Education sector makes further moves to combat extremism

Government announces 'co-ordinated response' to safeguarding issues in schools

Impero refines radicalisation keyword glossary

Impero Software partners with Hope not Hate to develop and refine its radicalisation keyword g...

CensorNet to launch guide to e-Safeguarding Law

Cloud security company will be launching its free Education Guide to e-Safeguarding Law on sta...

Pupils' internet access to be restricted and monitored

Nicky Morgan unveils plan for schools to control web use to protect children from bullying and...

Defending data

Geraldine Osman, VP of International Marketing at Connected Data, lists the four things school...

School's 'digital school bag' complete with e-safety game

Barrow Hills trials pioneering game to improve awareness of importance of e safety

Smartphones and apps new bullying risk for schools

Tilden Watson says Anti-Bullying Week provided a good opportunity for schools to review their ...

Bedford beats the bullies

Students send video message to support Anti-Bullying Week

E-safety: more than just a tick-box exercise

Amid concerns about safeguarding and Prevent measures, RM Education says it's vital to be prot...

Online bullying still primary safety concern

To mark Anti-Bullying Week, Ken Corish discusses why teachers still consider cyberbullying as ...

Invisible warning signs: virtual self-harm

Ken Corish discusses virtual self-harm and how teachers can identify and respond to the warnin...

Creating positive profiles online

Ken Corish discusses why digital citizenship is crucial for young people and outlines how scho...

Parents leave e-safety lessons to schools

Eight in 10 parents say teachers are responsible for online safety education

Understanding the five layers of Data Protection

By Peter Hannah, regional director for UK & Ireland at NETGEAR

Parents mistrust kids online

Mums and dads spend on average one hour 45 minutes every week looking at their kids' mobile d...

Tootoot app tackles all forms of bullying

Lancashire and Yorkshire schools to tackle bullying, mental health and radicalisation with too...

Getting safe online in the classroom

Nick Shaw looks at the threats in the online world and offers tips for safeguarding pupils in ...

New Cyber Security awards from SQA

The Scottish Qualifications Authority announces a suite of new digital security awards

Online risk to schools: Time for a maths lesson

What actually happens online over the summer holidays? Charles Sweeney, CEO of Bloxx, finds ou...

A guide to the Anti-Radicalisation Law

The new Anti-Radicalisation Law and what it means for Local Authorities

Ruling out radicalisation

How the right web filtering and reporting can help to prevent radicalisation in schools

Kids at risk of online stranger danger

'Young People and e-safety' report shows over a third of children have made friends online wit...

Building an e-safety culture

Chris Seal explains Millfield's approach to e-safety, managing online risks and disseminating ...

Today's parents are net naive

New research reveals lack of urgency to safeguard Generation Z, despite one in three children ...

Counter-extremism resource available to schools

New free resource helps schools counter extremism and online radicalisation

New e-safety tool launched to help protect children online

A new Ofsted-compliant e-safety tool has been launched by Mouchel to help protect children onl...

ROUNDTABLE: Safe and sound

Rebecca Paddick asks some of the sector's experts, how do we keep kids safe when using the lat...

Does social media rule your child?

King Edward's Witley learns about responsible internet usage from e-safety expert Karl Hopwood...

Online safety and the new Ofsted Inspection Guidance

Ken Corish discusses the Ofsted changes, and what constitutes 'outstanding' and effective prac...

Countering radicalisation in schools

Many factors contribute to a pupil's susceptibility to radicalisation, but what exactly should...

Pupil Power

Getting kids involved in a school's e-safety strategy can be a powerful tool in helping to kee...

E-safety in numbers

Keeping kids safe while they surf the net is now a team effort, says Education Technology Edit...

Rising Stars launches e-safety week

Leading education sector publisher, Rising Stars has announced its e-safety week, commencing 1...

E-safety: ignore at your peril

Schools need to recognise e-safety issues at an early stage and act to intervene as soon as po...