Given the recent DfE guidance on online safety teaching, Safer Internet Day will this year be more important than ever. Taking place on Tuesday, 20th February 2020, make the even as effective as possible with resources from the Online Safety Alliance. Many of these popular, high-quality resources can be accessed and downloaded for free.
Resources for parents / carers
Encourage parents and carers to take greater responsibility for helping their children to remain safe online. Our summary guides provide up to date information on reasons for concern and tips for staying safe. They cover what have become the four most important social media platforms for children – WhatsApp, Instagram Snapchat and TikTok. Download these guides for free and share them with parents on Safer Internet Day.
Resources for staff
- It is a statutory requirement that schools provide safeguarding training to their staff once a year as a minimum.
- The DFE clarified guidance on the expectations of online safety education in schools in June 2019.
- Schools can work towards meeting these expectations with the OSA’s free online safety training for staff.
- Updated for 2019-2020, the course provides tangible data and evidence that your staff have received and understood training on this important topic.
Complete this effective and popular course for free today.
Resources for pupils
Can you prove to governors and inspectors that your pupils have received and understood high-quality online safety education? Are you meeting the new DfE guidelines for online safety teaching? The OSA Certificate of Online Safety has been designed to meet this essential requirement.
Please use our contact form to get in touch if you would like free access to a trial account to see how the OSA Certificate of Online Safety can benefit the pupils at your school.
Free posters for pupils
If you are simply looking for an instant online safety display to educate pupils on a wide range of issues, you can download our free, colourful A3 posters shown below.