"It is important to teach pupils to navigate the online world safely" DFE JUNE 2019

Certificate of online safety

Possibly the most important qualification your pupils will obtain this year.
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OSA Certificate

An introduction to the importance of the OSA Certificate of Online Safety, content covered and method of delivery. Click the icon above to begin.

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Free Staff CPD

Our free CPD-Certified course for school staff covers online risks to pupils, staff use of digital devices, statutory requirements and more. Click the icon above to learn more.

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Testimonials

Discover the opinions of those who have recently completed the OSA Certificate of Online Safety. What have they learned? Did they enjoy completing the Certificate? Click the icon for some recent testimonials.

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REGISTER

Registering the pupils in your school to undertake the OSA Certificate in Online Safety is quick and easy. Click the icon above to get started.

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What are the risks to our children?
The risks our children are exposed to are constantly changing and evolving.

The digital tools that our children use are constantly changing, as are the risks that arise as a result. It is essential that schools develop a detailed awareness of what the dangers our children are exposed to are, and the risks of each.

Underlying all changes is the movement of control away from schools and parents towards children, with the majority of children now having access to the Internet through data plans on their mobile phones reducing the impact of Internet filtering in schools and almost all children having unsupervised access to an Internet-enabled device in their bedroom at night.

One of the most concerning elements we are being faced today is the apparent normalisation and acceptance of behaviours that children should not be having to experience, let along tolerate. It is essential that schools work with young people and their families to combat this culture.

  • www.antibullyingpro.com

  • Ofsted

  • BBC

  • www.nspcc.org.uk

Safeguard your pupils against online risks today.

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